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CBS Features Vaccination Rewards App

“The Vaccination Rewards app was created by Bright Mind Enrichment. It compiles hundreds of vaccine incentives into one area and makes it easy to share the rewards with those who may be hesitant to get the vaccine.”

Newsweek featured our Vaccination App incentives

“For anyone needing help finding out the incentives offered by their state and local officials, as well as from colleges and businesses, there’s now an app to help track what’s available nearby. The Vaccination Rewards app was created by Bright Mind Enrichment, and it aggregates hundreds of vaccine incentives from all over the U.S.”

Politico News Features Vaccination Rewards App

“The Vaccination Rewards app compiles hundreds of vaccine incentives in one place, ranging upwards from a free donut. There’s even a directory of free childcare while you recuperate from your shot.”

ABC News Features Vaccination Rewards App

“My hope is that this app and these incentives, for either where they work or things that they can get outside of work, would be the thing that might sway them to get off the fence,” said Martin Brooks, Board of Directors of BME and Chairman of App.”

NEWS10 ABC | FOX 23 Spotlights Our Vaccination App!

“The Vaccination Rewards app was created by Bright Mind Enrichment. It compiles hundreds of vaccine incentives into one area and makes it easy to share the rewards with those who may be hesitant to get the vaccine.”

Wiz Business Podcasts our inspiring Vaccination with $168M Incentives

“In this week’s podcast, they discuss their organization’s app – created by a Wisconsin-based development team — that provides incentives for people to get vaccinated against COVID-19. By aggregating more than $168 million in nationwide incentives, they hope to encourage more people to get protected from the virus.”

Spotlighted on Culpeper Star Exponent (Daily newspaper; Virginia)

“Bright Mind Enrichment and Schooling, a national wellness and educational charity, has just released a new app and web platform aimed at publicizing incentives and employer perks now being offered to encourage people to take the COVID-19 vaccine.”

Greenboro News & Record (Daily Newspaper: Greensboro, North Carolina)

“Bright Mind Enrichment and Schooling, a national wellness and educational charity, has released an app and website platform – Vaccination Rewards – aimed at publicizing incentives and employer perks that are being offered to encourage people to get the COVID-19 vaccine.”

Washington Informer newspaper (D.C. area)

“Amid an uptick in the number of people receiving coronavirus vaccinations, a new website that has amassed more than $168 million in nationwide funding has been launched to help keep up the momentum.”

Afro (Oldest African American family-owned newspaper; Maryland)

“BME observed the constant educational and scientific outreach to these hesitant individuals and wanted to take a different approach by publicizing the perks vaccinated people have access to.” “Users have the option to look at deals being offered nationwide or deals being offered within their state. Each offer has an estimated value, and when a user clicks on it, they are immediately taken to either the website of the company that is offering the deal or to a news source that reported on the deal. “

Beloit Daily News (Daily Newspaper: Wisconsin-Illinois)

“The incentives app and website were created and are maintained by volunteers. The ultimate goal is to help get 70% of people nationwide vaccinated—a target President Joe Biden had hoped to reach by July 4.”

The Savannah Tribune (Weekly Newspaper: Savannah, Georgia)

“BME also hopes to encourage as many companies and organizations as possible to participate in creating vaccination incentives and rewards for their employees and the public, toward the goal of getting 70% of the population vaccinated (a key stepping stone towards herd immunity).”

Afro (Oldest African American family-owned newspaper; Maryland)

“Bright Mind Enrichment and Schooling (BME), a community wellness education organization, determined that there was a need for a comprehensive platform to educate people about how they can safely help homeless people on a regular basis and forge meaningful connections with them.”