As one of the leading jewelers in Baltimore, Smyth Jewelers prides itself as being a company dedicated to bringing top of the line jewelry to its customers and also to provide the best experience possible to them. That is, perhaps, why they are one of the first few companies in the region to pick up on the hype surrounding QR Codes! If you live in Baltimore and happen to drive by Myth Jewelers while out shopping, stop and take a look at the QR Code they will have glued to the window pane. It’s a QR Code! Better yet, if you own an android, iPhone or Blackberry AND a fan of jewelry, scan the QR Code, don’t wait. Why?
Well, the QR Code is part of Smyth’s mobile marketing campaign for the holiday season. They have appropriately coined it as ’15 days, 15 deals’. Simple tag line, simple deal. The idea behind the mobile marketing campaign is to offer 15 different deals every single day. Customers who scan the QR Code will enjoy a good discount off of items featured on that particular day. As to which item goes on sale, it depends on your luck and timing, of course. After scanning the QR Code, save it and at the check-out counter, show the sales person the code that you’ve scanned earlier. Upon validating the QR Code/coupon, you will get the discount taken off your bill. A representative of the company said that the company really thinks of itself being on top of things – including technology. In view of the fact that there is a gaining momentum for the popularity of QR Codes, they want to be the first few to use it. They will be giving away these daily deals on famous brand names in hope that it will create some excitement over the holiday season.
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