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Loyalty360 Reads: September 18 | SkipTheDishes Launches New Loyalty Program, Air Canada’s Infinite C

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SkipTheDishes to Launch New Loyalty Rewards Program in October
SkipTheDishes, Canada's largest and most popular food delivery network, is starting a new loyalty program in October, Skip Rewards.

Points are earned on every dollar spent through Skip from any of its 27,000 partners across Canada. Points can be redeemed for discounts on future orders. SkipTheDishes is part of Just Eat Takeaway.com, a leading global online food delivery marketplace. SkipTheDishes connects millions of customers with over 27,000 Restaurant Partners in Canada.

"The program will continue to evolve with future rollouts planned to expand the program, introducing new earning opportunities and incentives,” says Howard Migdal, managing director, Canada.
 
Air Canada’s Infinite Canada Flight Pass Offers Customers Unrivalled Flexibility
Air Canada introduced its new Infinite Canada Flight Pass, designed to give customers the ultimate in flexibility and certainty for booking travel within Canada. For one flat fee, pass holders will be able to book travel without blackout or booking restrictions, make changes or cancellations without penalty, and fly as often as desired for up to three months, depending on the duration of pass purchased.

"Air Canada recognizes that as air travel begins to return to normal customers want flexibility and certainty,” says Lucie Guillemette, Executive Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer at Air Canada.

The Air Canada Infinite Canada Flight Pass will be available for purchase in Canada from September 16 to 23. Starting at a price of $2,000 per month (excluding taxes), passes are available for one, two or three months and customers can choose from three classes of service, Standard, Flex and Latitude. Features include:
 
Papa John’s Announces Plans for New Global Headquarters In Atlanta
Papa John’s announced plans to open a new global headquarters in the Metro Atlanta, GA region, where menu innovation; marketing; customer experience; HR; diversity, equity and inclusion; communications; and development functions will be located. IT, supply chain, and legal teams will remain in the Louisville, KY headquarters. Papa John’s also maintains a headquarters office outside of London, UK, where its international operations are managed.

Papa John’s new headquarters in Metro Atlanta is a key element of a broader reorganization of corporate functions, reflecting the company’s ongoing transformation into a brand and culture that can effectively and efficiently deliver on the company’s purpose, values and strategic business priorities.

“Shortly after setting a new strategic direction for Papa John’s late last year, we began to assess the optimal corporate organization to support our restaurants and our brand’s long-term growth,” says Rob Lynch, president and CEO. “With strong momentum and our potential expanding every day, we are investing in capabilities for future innovation and global growth, improving efficiencies, and better aligning our organization around the strategies that are driving our near- and long-term success.”
 
Giant Eagle pledges $500K to feeding students, with $125K for Greater Pittsburgh food bank
Giant Eagle pledged $500,000 to regional Feeding America food banks with the goal of supporting K-12 students. Of that sum, $125,000 was committed specifically to the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank.

“The pandemic has challenged every business to make important decisions on how we best support our employees, our customers and our communities,” says Dan Donovan, Giant Eagle spokesperson.

The Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank launched a covid-19 School Impact grant program. Through the initiative, the Food Bank will award nearly $30,000 in grant funding to 52 local schools.
 
Aimia Profits Drop as it Pivots Away From Loyalty Programs, Toward Investment
Aimia Inc. propped up a slumping bottom line last quarter through its holdings in airline loyalty programs, The Canadian Press reports, which generated profits despite the near-collapse of the travel industry amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Net earnings fell by more than two-thirds in its second quarter as Aimia began to unfurl its new strategy as an investment holdings firm — bolstered by the proceeds of its $516-million sale of Aeroplan to Air Canada last year — after veering away from loyalty program management.
 



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