The Swag

August 26, 2011

The Swag Looks to Reward Loyal Swaggers

Filed under: Uncategorized — The Swag @ 11:43 pm

The Swag, celebrating its 30th season in 2011, has always valued our returning guests.  However, in the early years, we didn’t really have a way to reward repeat Swaggers.  Then, in 1991, The Swag became a member of Select Registry which had a loyalty program called the Golden Quill.  This program has evolved over the years to provide repeat  guests a loyalty reward of $25.00 on their fourth visit to a Select Registry property.

In 2011, Select Registry  revamped the Golden Quill Loyalty Program  making it easier and quicker to earn a reward.  Now after only 12 nights, not stays, guests are entitled to a $100 gift certificate issued by Select Registry that can be used at The Swag, or any other member property.  To participate in the Golden Quill Loyalty Program simply  register on the Select Registry website and enter your nights after you check-out.  With the program now being online, there are no more cards to keep track of and no more stamps to collect at check-out.  It’s just that easy!

And if that’s not enough, this season The Swag joined Stash Hotel Rewards.  Stash is a new hotel rewards program where members earn and redeem points for free nights at authentic, independently-run hotels across the U.S.  Swaggers have the opportunity to earn five points for every dollar spent on the base rate which can add up quickly for free return visits to The Swag, or over 150 other unique independent properties across the U.S.  Stash, which is just over a year old, continues to grow and has already expanded by 25+ properties since we joined in April. With Stash, there are no membership numbers to remember or cards to carry, your Stash account is tied to your email address.  To join,  enroll online at the Stash website or pre-enroll at check-in.

Whether it’s Golden Quill, Stash, or both, rewarding loyal Swaggers has never been easier.  Collect the rewards you’ve earned and enroll today.

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