Mommy Blog Expert: DealPop Social Buying Network Goes National With an Eye for Family-Friendly Deals on Local Specialty Brands

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

DealPop Social Buying Network Goes National With an Eye for Family-Friendly Deals on Local Specialty Brands

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DealPop -- from White Pages -- a social buying website that is already delivering on local deals in Seattle, Los Angeles, and on the San Francisco Peninsula has expanded and is now offering American small town deals nationwide on local specialty brands originating from around the U.S.  

In fact, DealPop USA is the first social buying site to focus on helping consumers discover unique and sought after old-fashioned local brands from across the nation at up to 70 percent off retail prices, regardless of where you live.  All deals are open to anyone in the U.S. for a brief window of time, typically available for purchase for 48-72 hours.
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Since launching the expanded service on October 20, DealPop has already run a variety of deals accessible to consumers across the country.  These include regional delicacies such as pure maple syrup from Maple Sugar and Vermont Spice; tea and tea accessories from Boston Tea Company; and Kona Coffee & Tea from the Hawaii Coffee Company.  They've also orchestrated deals for huge savings on everything fleur-de-lis from French Quarter Market of New Orleans with more deals to come this week.  Who knows -- they might even have DealPop deals someday from Hole 'N Rock, a bit of roadside kitsch that we visited on our roadtrip this past summer.

Every day, DealPop brings you different deals on all kinds of cool stuff -- many from new, up and coming boutique brands so you can be the first in your crowd to discover great new things that you'll want to then share with your friends.  You can still choose from all the local deals, too, if you live in Seattle, L.A., or in the San Francisco area, in addition to tapping into all the deals for regional specialties that can be purchased online -- making it possible for you to reap the benefits of DealPop deals anywhere you reside within the U.S.  

How DealPop Works
Just purchase your deal on DealPop.com  Then, print out your deal voucher and use it online or take it to your local restaurant, club, theater, or store to redeem it, whichever is applicable. Deals are easy to share with your friends through Facebook, Twitter, or email, also, and as long as they respond before the deal offer ends, they can save big too.  All DealPop social buying websites are free for consumers to use and buyers can earn $5 in free points on future purchases whenever they share a deal with someone who then signs up and purchases that deal for the first time. 

Consumers can sign up to receive emails highlighting the deals or even visit the site directly to see deals without logging in to view the current offer(s). Additionally, you can like DealPop USA on Facebook and/or follow on Twitter to stay informed about new deals as well as to provide suggestions about where you'd like to get a deal. I you're a local specialty brand interested in working with DealPop USA to reach a national audience, send an email to sales@dealpop.com.

About DealPop
DealPop is a service of WhitePages, the go-to source for the reliable U.S. contact information online with one-click access to 200+ million adults and more than 15 million businesses.

WhitePages and their respective logos are trademarks, registered trademarks, or service marks of WhitePages.  Other products and company
names mentioned are the trademarks of their respective owners. 


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