Creative use of Google Places Coupons

philltran  —  November 18, 2010 — 2 Comments

Courageous Church of Atlanta has a great creative use of Google Places Coupons. A coupon for free breakfast. For anyone who knows me, the fastest way to get me to show up to an event is to feed me. Check out the coupon here.

Courageous Church Google Coupon

I ran accross this after following Shaun King‘s  tweet for people to write a Google Places review for the church (another great use of crowd sourcing your advocates).



2 responses to Creative use of Google Places Coupons

  1. Any time you plan to go to a museum, amusement park, or other activity check to see if there are coupons provided anyplace. A great number of times you’ll get purchase 1 get 1 cost-free coupons for such outings and that is often a great savings for your trip. You’ll be able to typically acquire this out by looking online or calling the chamber of commerce in the area of the event. On-line auctions like Yahoo! Auctions and eBay offer you you plenty of opportunities to take advantage of discount coupons that other people are selling also.

  2. He should incorporate this with Foursquare, that could be a real winner :).

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