ZinginDealz.com Launches Daily Dealz in Green Bay and Fox Cities Markets

Locally based company promotes businesses by giving customers discounts up to 80% off.

Little Chute, WI, July 08, 2011 --(PR.com)-- ZinginDealz.com launches their first big “ZinginDeal of the Day” today. These ZinginDealz give subscribers discounts of 50-80% off retail prices for local restaurants, shops and services around Green Bay and the Fox Cities.

Phil Golding, Founder and CEO of ZinginDealz.com, has been listening to business owners for years and is always on the lookout for new ways to help them become more successful. As he saw how popular the daily deals industry was becoming, he saw an opportunity to do it locally. “I wanted to create a way for businesses to get new customers and grow their brand with low-risk advertising while advertising dollars remain within the community,” Golding said.

Golding also believes it is important to make ZinginDealz available to all-types of retail and service businesses. “Other daily deal sites want to sell as many deals as possible, so they only target businesses that will be top sellers,” Golding says. “ZinginDealz.com also wants to help mom-and-pop businesses like restaurants, landscaping services or repairmen get into the daily deals game. They might only be able to sell one hundred deals versus one thousand, but that’s okay.”

By giving great deals at a huge discount, local businesses encourage first time buyers to try them out and give current customers a reason to come back. “It’s a great way for people to support their favorite businesses and share the discounts with their friends,” Golding adds. “In fact, someone who shares a deal with the site’s ‘Share on Facebook’ button gets a $10 credit every time that deal is purchased by someone they referred.”

About ZinginDealz.Com:
ZinginDealz.com is a local daily deals website that sends out daily emails to subscribers with discounts of 50-80% at local businesses such as restaurants, retail and services. It currently covers the Green Bay and Fox Cities markets.

Kristin Nelson