“If you are not willing to risk the usual, you will have to settle for the ordinary.” — Jim Rohn
Lately, our social life was rather limited and we couldn’t fully enjoy traveling the way we used to, but with the upcoming summer, life is slowly coming back to its normal rhythm. Dining at fine restaurants, discovering new and exciting destinations, enjoying a cocktail with our friends at a favorite club – it is no longer a surreal mirage. On this occasion, EliteClub is delighted to announce that as of now they are again able to offer you the most exclusive and well-tailored deals.
EliteClub is an exclusive community that connects successful and ambitious people worldwide, who want the best in life. It doesn’t matter if you want the most delicious food, exclusive shopping, or travel to the world’s most exotic destinations – EliteClub makes it possible. But what makes EliteClub so special? Its mission is to improve its members’ lifestyle and connect them all over the world. The best thing is, that you as a member, have the opportunity to boost the value of your membership. And this creates real savings. The perfect match for our Marketers!
Private Clubs Then vs. Now
Private clubs have always had a key role. The history of the private clubs goes back to ancient Greece and Rome then continues through the Middle Ages. The way we know them today, namely taking place in luxurious venues and being exclusive, was formed during the 19th century in England, and as England expanded its imperial holdings the whole concept of “members only“ was transported all over the world. All the individual clubs were joined by like-minded people mostly interested in business, politics, sports and arts, which was leading to the establishment of very stable business relationships. One of the club’s main purposes has always been not only to connect people but also to create value and a memorable experience for all its members. As Maya Angelou once said:
“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”
With the rise of the Millenial generation, private clubs are an absolute hit again. No wonder considering that they are known to be very conscious of their finances, but unlike the Boomers generation, Millennials are rather value oriented. They are looking for projects that will fit into their busy schedule, offer them personal and professional development, but mostly projects that they are passionate about and can sincerely enjoy. In that sense, Millenials can only benefit from the outcome, but finding that perfect fit is not always that easy. Luckily, private clubs, such as EliteClub, are here to offer the best services and experience to its members.
All about that Deals!
As mentioned above, EliteClub wants to offer simply the best of the best to its members and therefore on 15 June 2021, Meglena Krumova, Managing Director of EliteClub, shared the exciting news that all existing members have the opportunity to upgrade their membership for free. And among many of EliteClub’s deals and offers you can soon take full advantage of, the @media deal, which is an absolute must-have! All VIP members can benefit from this revolution in advertising!
How does it work? Well, you and your customers can get paid for every advertisement that you see while enjoying your favorite TV Series or playing a game you like. All you have to do is to connect your TV and your devices, such as a gaming console, to the @media box and select your streaming providers. Additionally, you have the chance of getting a share of 10% of the net advertising income (of watched ads) for only 500 SP.
To find out more information check the new material in your Media Center.
Stay tuned – more hot deals to follow!
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Club Road.’Are Private Clubs Still Relevant?”, Chambers USA, 22.02.2021, https://www.chambersusa.com/are-private-clubs-still-relevant/