R.I. launches Providence hotel reward card program to stimulate local business

GOV. DANIEL J. MCKEE announced during his press briefing on Tuesday that the state is offering $100 rewards cards to guests that book a two-night-or-more stay at a participating Providence hotel that can be used at 80 participating businesses. / PBN FILE PHOTO/CASSIUS SHUMAN
PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island is launching a rewards card program for guests of several Providence hotels to stimulate local business, Gov. Daniel J. McKee announced at his press briefing at the R.I. Department of Administration Tuesday. The pilot program, a collaboration between the R.I. Commerce Corp. and the Providence Warwick Convention & Visitors Bureau, is…
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  1. Great concept! I’ve been a huge fan of these types of campaigns for many years and have continually worked to increase overnight stays in RI. These folks are a great target demographic to spur economic activity and expose RI in a positive light.