With GetUpside, you can browse local offers on a map. It works at gas stations, grocery stores and restaurants in some areas. You can get up to 25 cents per gallon back on gas, and you can redeem your points for digital gift cards or PayPal payments.
GetUpside announced it has launched a $25 million marketing campaign designed to help its more than 20,000 participating sites replace incremental gallons lost during the unprecedented fuel demand destruction created by the COVID-19 pandemic.
GetUpside's Alex Kinnier is one of four Leadership Award winners, based on a study that asks employees at hundreds of Washington-area companies to evaluate their bosses and selects the highest-ranked leaders from each category.
GetUpside launched in nine new markets: Denver; Los Angeles; Kansas City, Mo.; Honolulu; Cleveland; Toledo and Youngstown, Ohio; Minneapolis; and Columbia, S.C.
Voting is open for the six annual Timmy Awards by Tech in Motion in D.C.
GetUpside announced new retail partnerships with Gelson’s Markets and Huck’s Food and Fuel, the latest in what has been a year of growth for the popular mobile app which now boasts more than 22,000 participating sites.
Companies share mission to strengthen local communities
GetUpside today announced new retail partnerships with Gelson’s Markets and Huck’s Food and Fuel. Since January 2020, the platform has launched 8,000 new fuel sites, 7,400 of which launched after COVID-19 stay-at-home orders went into effect in March.