An Alliance to Bridge Digital and Physical: ReapSo and MailPix.com
FARMINGTON HILLS — Farmington Hills-based ReapSo LLC and the Huntington Beach, Calif.-based photo e-commerce site, MailPix.com, aim to accomplish a parallel goal to bridge our digital lives with the physical aspect.
The ReapSo Mobile App allows its users to win special deals and coupons from businesses that they ranked, using Olympic-style Gold, Silver and Bronze medals. These deals are then stored on the users’ smartphones until they are redeemed. Users can easily identify and scan ReapTags that are on physical items such as flyers, window decals, table tents, menus, magazines; as well as digital entities such as Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, emails, websites, ReapTag.com.
“ReapSo is excited to establish a partnership with MailPix because of our shared philosophies in bridging our digital and physical lives,” said ReapSo president Steve Valentine. “So often these days, our photos are in digital format, residing on memory cards and hard-drives. MailPix offers a quality solution to turn these digital memories into physical assets that we can enjoy with families and friends on the coffee table.”
According to Fred Lerner, President and CEO of MailPix, “Our company strives to provide a simple and convenient way to become loyal MailPix customers, who will come back to us for all their creative photo needs. ReapSo helps us reach the ‘smartphone generation’ demographic that will appreciate the quality and value of MailPix products and services.”
Visit http://ReapTag.com/MailPix to begin exploring special rewards and money-saving deals.
New iPhone and iPad users (Android to follow later this year) can download the app and start earning rewards from Royal Oak and other nearby merchants. ReapSo, LLC is actively seeking their next major Metro Detroit community. Ideal candidates would have vibrant and walkable downtowns with high density, such as Clarkston, Ann Arbor, Hamtramck, Ferndale, Oxford, Detroit, Rochester, Birmingham, Clawson, Northville, Plymouth, Wyandotte, Berkley, Pontiac, Trenton, and others.