CASE STUDIES

 

468 Insider can help drive visitor engagement for any community, large or small – from towns wanting to improve the tourist experience to universities needing to orient new and prospective students.

          


BC Ale Trail Case Study

BC ALE TRAIL

The BC Ale Trail was created by the BC Craft Brewers Guild to connect British Columbia’s world-class brewing scene with tourism organizations across the province – showcasing BC’s delicious craft beer and inspiring geography to visitors. Once the Ale Trail was established, the next logical step was to find a way to not only provide a guide, but also reward beer enthusiasts for their explorationREAD MORE >




          


Think Local First Case Study

THINK LOCAL FIRST

In a bid to increase its membership and drive more consumers to locally owned businesses, Think Local First is putting power in people’s hands. The Greater Victoria organization, which has 195 member businesses, uses the Think Local First app to guide local residents and tourists to the region’s hidden gems and popular storesREAD MORE >




          


Green Vine Wine Insider Case Study

GREEN VINE WINE INSIDER

There are a million apps out there – and plenty that help you drink wine! The Green Vine Wine Insider is different. It rewards you for visiting wineries with green growing practices. When you physically visit a winery on the app, you can click a “Get Points” button; and when you have visited a few wineries, those points add up to real savings. You can then “Redeem Points” for rewards at participating wineries, such as a discounted tasting, a wine club special or percent-off purchaseREAD MORE >




          


NE Washington Insider

NE WASHINGTON INSIDER

The Northeast corner of Washington State, covering more than 6,000 square miles and three of Washington’s 39 counties, is as vast as it is diverse. Therein lies the challenge for the Tri County Economic Development District (TEDD), whose charter is to promote economic growth while preserving the culture and environment of the region. TEDD launched Northeast Washington Insider in July 2017. Within the first full month of availability, more than 500 people downloaded the app, collecting points at 140 locations and redeeming points (i.e., spending money) at businesses across the region.” READ MORE >




          

San Juan Islands Insider App

SAN JUAN ISLANDS INSIDER

San Juan Islands Insider is a customized mobile app for San Juan County that drives visitor engagement and commerce by rewarding users for visiting places on the four main islands in San Juan County – Lopez, Orcas, San Juan and Shaw. The more places visited, the more points earned, which can be redeemed for discounts on goods and services in the San Juans. The app is managed by the Lopez, Orcas and San Juan Chambers of Commerce and promoted by the San Juan Islands Visitors Bureau. READ MORE >




Project Washington Insider App

WASHINGTON STATE INSIDER

Launching in the summer of 2016, Washington State Insider is an educational tool used by students of Lopez Island School to help people engage in historical places around the state. Students are creating content for the app that showcases the people, places and events from Washington history. Users will collect points every time they visit an historic place listed in the app. For every point collected, $1 is donated to the purchase of new Washington State History textbooks for Lopez Island School District. READ MORE >




          

Edenwild Insider App

EDENWILD INSIDER

Edenwild Insider acts as a hotel concierge app for The Edenwild Boutique Inn. The app rewards Edenwild guests for exploring the Lopez Island. Users collect points while visiting the island's special places and completing Edenwild Adventure Challenges. They can redeem points for free night stays, rentals or discounts on tours. READ MORE >

REWARDING EXPLORATION FOR COMMUNITIES & ORGANIZATIONS LARGE AND SMALL