To small business owners, employees often feel like family. With your feet on the ground, working alongside them every day, it’s hard to not want to do right by them. It’s even harder to not have the funds to be able to provide them with everything you feel they deserve because you have a business to run with bills that need paying. It’s even harder when you lose those valued employees who believe in your company to larger corporations with more competitive salaries or benefits.
If you’ve been watching TV lately, perhaps you’ve seen Capital One’s new advertising campaign, featuring Ken Jacobus, CEO of New Hampshire-based small business Good Start Packaging, who redeemed $36,000 in cash-back rewards in 2017 with his Capital One card and used that cash to pay for health insurance for his team, showing appreciation to his employees and giving his business a competitive edge in hiring. Capital One’s Spark Cash Card is a credit card specifically designed for businesses that gives 2% cash-back on everything you buy. With the Spark Cash Card, you can afford to give your hardworking employees the bonuses they deserve. You can buy them lunch once in a while to thank them.
Ken Jacobus inspired Capital One to ask small business owners, how they use the cash back rewards from their Spark cards to fuel business progress, take care of employees, and ultimately seize the competitive edge offered by 2% unlimited rewards.
Capital One’s Power of 2 Contest.
To gather those inspirational stories, Capital One just launched The Power of 2 Contest. Share how you use your cash-back rewards, here and you get the chance to win:
- First prize of $50k,
- Second prize of $25k, and
- Third prize of $15k.
Remember to submit before the November 3rd deadline for your chance to win – or peruse other entries for inspiration on how you can use cash back rewards to drive your business forward.
There is no purchase necessary and the submission phase ends 11/3/18. The contest is open to residents, 18 years or older, in the 50 US States and DC who are Spark cardholders.
Published in cooperation with Capital One.