e-Miles Raises Over $115,000 For Haitian Earthquake Relief
Dallas, Texas, Feb. 16, 2010 — e-Miles, an interactive advertising channel that rewards consumers for the time they spend viewing ads online, announced that they helped raise over $115,000 for Haitian relief efforts. Monies collected went to: Habitat for Humanity, World Emergency Relief, Soles4Souls and Feed The Children.
Within 24 hours of the 7.0 magnitude earthquake that devastated the country on January 12, e-Miles enabled their members to donate to the Haitian relief efforts upon log-in to their homepage, creating one of the fastest online donation channels in the aftermath.
"In the wake of the catastrophic earthquake that left much of the country in ruins, e-Miles immediately established a strategy to provide our member base the opportunity to donate funds to make a difference in the lives of the Haitian people," said Hal Brierley, e-Miles' Founder and CEO. "In collaboration with Habitat for Humanity, World Emergency Relief, Soles4Souls, and Feed The Children, our organization was enabled to help those that were affected by this disaster."
"The devastation in Haiti reminds us of how fortunate we are and how necessary it is to react to the needs of others by providing aid," said Wayne Elsey, Soles4Souls Founder and CEO. "Soles4Souls is committed to doing our part and is delighted to join forces with e-Miles, who effectively created the fastest online channel to reach individuals and raise funds for this humanitarian emergency."
e-Miles, LLC., headquartered in Dallas, Texas, is a revolutionary new online advertising channel that allows advertisers to engage with America’s most coveted consumers. e-Miles members are sourced from many of the world’s leading loyalty programs. They enjoy reading and responding to advertisers’ marketing messages and offers, while being rewarded for their time. e-Miles advertisers experience significant ROI improvements and a more efficient use of their advertising budget by targeting their most desired consumers and paying only when the prospect engages with their message.