Together we can all reach out!
Miller's Reach Out referral program is both a referral and community outreach program. The goal is for you to help us help the community. Here's how you can do that!
Your referrals mean the world to us. We work hard to earn each referral with great service and appreciation for your business every day. As our way of saying thank you, we’re kicking off our new “Reach Out” referral program. We love supporting the charitable efforts in our community, so we’ve tied referrals and charitable giving together. Here’s how it works:
Each time you reach out to someone referring them to Miller’s, we will reach out and support a local charity. Together we can all reach out! When we receive a referral from you, your name is entered into our quarterly drawing.
What qualifies as a referral? A referral is when we are contacted for a quote from someone saying you referred them to us. Don’t worry we ask on every call.
For every referral we receive, we will donate $5 to the to the spotlight charity of the quarter. We also hold a quarterly drawing from all the names of people that referred someone to us. For our quarterly drawing, the prize is a $200 VISA Gift Card.
Each referral equals one entry into our quarterly drawing. We’ll announce the winner in our newsletter that month and our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram pages. If you are a quarterly winner, we’ll ask that you stop by our office so we can include a photo in our newsletter and social media posts.
Spotlight Charity of the Quarter: Horse Power For Life
Horse Power for Life was founded in 2007 by Shiree Radie after losing a family member to cancer. They are dedicated to helping cancer patients and survivors of all ages improve their physical and emotional quality of life by providing an educational and therapeutic horsemanship program, free of charge. Their mission is to help families living with cancer focus on their minds, bodies, and souls, rather than the disease while learning about horses in an atmosphere of professionalism, teamwork and fun.
To learn more, please visit their website at www.horsepowerforlife.org.