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Honouring Fathers. Plus Introducing Gratitude Tokens!

by Gala Theriault June 09, 2017

Honouring Fathers. Plus Introducing Gratitude Tokens!

Exciting news! As you know we have an abundance of gratitude for being able to create items of purpose that are loved as much as we love making them. Can there be enough mindfulness tools to help us de-stress our lives in these times? I don't think so. We have been working to find the best way to give back to our incredible community. We have just launched a new program that will enable us to to say thank you in more ways. Ubuntu is an African term of humanity at it's best. "I am because we are." Umbuntu is the belief in a universal bond of sharing that connects all humanity.

We give full attention to integrity, purpose and heart at every level of our little company in order to serve you the highest quality of goods and experiences you can find anywhere on the planet. This rewards program we are implementing is a total win-win. We win through new clients birthed by word of mouth, my absolute favourite and you win with reduced prices or gifts.

We have called them Gratitude Tokens! Starting now, when you sign up online you are eligible to earn Gratitude Tokens by actions such as referring us to others or making purchases. Plus, when you refer friends not only will you get 100 Gratitude Tokens for yourself for each friend who makes a purchase, but they will also receive a special code for 15% off of their purchase too.
 

EARN:
1 Gratitude Token for each dollar spent online
100 Gratitude Tokens - Open an account
100 Gratitude Tokens - Refer a friend (distributed on their first purchase)
100 Gratitude Tokens - On your birthday (be sure to provide it to us!)

SPEND:
$5 - 100 Gratitude Tokens
$10 - 200 Gratitude Tokens
$25 - 500 Gratitude Tokens
$50 - 900 Gratitude Tokens

We hope that the plan is easy to understand but if you have any questions at all please don't hesitate to reach out. The program is now active on our website, www.mindfulnecessities.com. (Click on the button on the bottom right of our homepage to learn more and sign up!)
 



It's that time of year again where we celebrate all of the wonderful Father's out there. We have handpicked and discounted some Mindful gifts in their honour. The sale will be on until Sunday, June 18th. Please shop early to make sure it can be delivered on time! 



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