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Two leading North East Entrepreneurs set to launch Reward Me Now The INSTANT Discount App

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Gary Hunter and Sam Morton

Sam Morton and Gary Hunter owners of REDU are behind Ashleigh Money Saver the UK’s leading shopping influencer. The business duo have launched the Reward Me Now shopping app with huge savings for UK shoppers.

Sam Morton and Gary Hunter are two leading entrepreneurs based in the North East with their company Redu currently soaring and going from strength to strength. They have worked around the clock over the last 5 years to establish Redu as one of the leading businesses in the North East and the UK consumer market. Recruiting a strong team from the North East of over 25 (with this number continuing to grow), they have firmly put their business on the map with one of their products Ashleigh Money Saver which is now the UK’s leading shopping influencer.

Founded in 2014 Redu have grown their revenue from a standing start to over £2.5 million turnover. Redu have several strands to their business which are all consumer led and they are now selling over £40m of goods for UK retailers every year (2018 figures). They are set to double their turnover again within the next 24 months. With offices in Seaham and recently expanding to London with their new satellite office the company provides jobs and careers which are fully supportive of flexi working times and women who need to balance family life and a career.

Redu have now featured twice in the Top 20 fastest growing tech companies in the North and using their unique in-house technology they are able to analyse shopping behaviours and select the most relevant and attractive products, brands and deals for it’s audience – helping them promote over 200 deals every day. Redu are on track to continue their rapid growth, with profit margins at over 65%. The companies ethos is focussed on UK shoppers never having to pay full price for anything again helping families save as much money as possible.

Redu now have an amazing board of non execs and advisors supporting the business and preparing for scale. The company now has over 1 million followers across their social media platforms and their database with a large proportion coming from the North East. They have now launched Reward Me Now – the instant discount app. They can guarantee shoppers unique high street savings 365 days a year that can’t be found anywhere else.

Being a member of Reward Me Now comes with a vast array of discounts of up to 18%! Members have access to over 150 high street stroes and online brands, including everything from fashion stores to restaurants, including Primark, Pizza Express, New Look and River Island to name but a few. With the app and the Reward Me Now shopping card, consumers are armed for a shopping trip with a difference! The handy app Dashboard allows members to track their savings, and even forecast how much they’ll save within a year.

Another great reward that members benefit from is the Reward Me Now shopping card. By making a 7% saving each time they top up their reloadable card, money saving is made easy. So, when members load £100 onto the shopping card, they only pay £93 and still receive £100 to spend.The savvy team of hard working mums at Ashleigh Money Saver hope that Reward Me Now will be able to save each household up to £1,000 per year.

Speaking of the club, Sam Morton CCO of Redu, the organisation behind both Ashleigh Money Saver and Reward Me Now, comments:

“We want Reward Me Now to help our members every single day, so we’ve been working hard to find them savings everywhere from the high street to the online marketplace. Our team ensure that our members never need to pay full price for anything again! That’s ranging from their summer holiday to their weekly food shopping! We want to drive people back to the UK high street, as well as online, where the extensive savings we have curated and secured will have an impact on improving the finances of every single house in the country”.