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BettyMills.com Exceeds $1 Million of Snack Rewards Awarded to its Customers Through Unique Perks Program
Date:1/30/2013

(PRWEB) January 30, 2013

The Betty Mills Company ®, one of the nation's leading online B2B shopping destinations today announced it has awarded in excess of $1 Million in Snack Rewards™ to its customers.

Betty Mills CEO, Victor Hanna said, "We have enabled tens of thousands of customers the ability to offer free snacks in their workplace. Free Office Snacks are being enjoyed in abundance coast to coast by our customers. They love the program, they are referring their co-workers, family and friends, and having fun with our selection of over 3,500 snacks and beverages, many all natural and organic."

"Simply stated, we are the Company that gives you free snacks when you purchase your supplies," said Victor Hanna.

About Betty Mills

The Betty Mills Company® is a leading B2B e-commerce company and one of America's leading suppliers of cleaning, facility, MRO, break room, office snacks and health and wellness products. Offering over 100,000 brand-leading products shipped right to your door from over 55 U.S. warehouse locations.

With Betty Mills everyday low prices, Snack Rewards™ Customer Loyalty Program and Double Markdowns® Specials, Betty Mills offers a comfortable and easy online shopping experience for everyone who likes to buy smart and save big! Betty Mills Company's headquarter is located in San Mateo, CA. For more inf
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