WonUp Featured Turlock Journal Story

By Zain 5 days ago
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A few weeks ago, we were featured in the Turlock Journal highlighting our newest development project, an iOS app called WonUp. The article starts by explaining what WonUp is and how we came up with the idea, while providing some insight regarding the history of our business. 

For those who aren’t familiar with WonUp, it is a new app that our team created and launched last month designed to simplify the process of hosting and entering giveaways for local businesses in the greater Turlock area. The article details many features that our app offers users as well as discusses how easy it is to sign up and start winning prizes for free from any of the 15 businesses currently registered on the app.

Our app is unlike anything you’ve ever seen before – allowing users to enter giveaways with just the tap of a finger. Additionally, WonUp offers one of a kind promotions, such as discounts and consolation prizes, just for entering. From a hosting perspective, we’ve got you covered! Through cutting edge technology, WonUp eliminates the tedious task of ensuring that all participants have followed the necessary rules required for your giveaway and does all of the hard work for you. You’ll never have to worry about manually picking a winner again. 

We are overjoyed to have had the privilege of meeting with Angela Martin, the journalist for the Turlock Journal who wrote this story, and we hope that you enjoyed learning a bit more about our latest business venture. To see firsthand what all the hype is about and to join in on the fun, download WonUp for free in the iOS app store today by scanning the QR code below!

To read the exclusive Turlock Journal article on WonUp, click here: https://www.turlockjournal.com/news/local/tap-enter-win-with-turlockers-new-app/

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Zain has been developing web & iOS software for over 10 years. He launched Rare Digital in 2011 to bring his technological expertise to small businesses. He has a knack for paying close attention to detail, problem solving, and creative design.