12 Paytronix clients recognized in Newsweek ranking of best loyalty programs

This week, Newsweek, in partnership with Statista, published a power ranking of the best loyalty programs in the country. We at Paytronix extend our congratulations to our 12 clients who made the list, accounting for more than a quarter of all restaurant brands awarded a place in the ranking, which recognized over 200 brands across 43 categories. 

Huddle House made an impressive showing, coming in as the second-highest rated program across all categories. 

Of the 10 casual dining brands recognized in the Newsweek ranking, five are Paytronix clients, including the top three – Huddle House, Beef O’Brady’s and P.F. Chang’s – along with Lettuce Entertain You and Bloomin’ Brands, which includes restaurants like Outback Steakhouse and Bonefish Grill. 

Caribou Coffee was awarded the highest score of all recognized coffee brands, beating out caffeine giants like Starbucks and Dunkin’ for the top spot.

The other stellar brands on the list include Jimmy John’s, Smashburger, Qdoba, Bruster’s Real Ice Cream, California Pizza Kitchen, and Bruegger’s Bagels. Congratulations to the incredible teams whose work was recognized! 

According to Statista, the ranking was compiled based on the results of an independent survey of more than 4,000 U.S. consumers who are members of loyalty programs. The respondents were asked to evaluate various programs between October and November 2020. 

Michelle Tempesta

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Listening to the market, making recommendations for scalable product requirements, and developing useful content are the services that Michelle’s group brings to Paytronix users. Her constant thirst for marketing results is underpinned by a BS in marketing from Plymouth State University and an MBA from UIC.

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