Sheetz Now Offers an Unlimited 'Fryz' Subscription Service
Sheetz has thrown its hat in the subscription service ring, and fries are the focus! Sheetz now offers a subscription service for fries through its app for $9.99 monthly.

Customers who love Sheetz's "fryz" can order them through the app every two hours. Other than that, customers have no limit to how many times they use the subscription from month to month. Sheetz also offers another subscription service for $14.99 monthly through its app. Customers can get unlimited self-served drinks every two hours with the subscription.

Though, neither the "fryz" nor drinks subscription services are available on delivery apps like Uber Eats, Doordash, Seamless, etc. Instead, customers can only subscribe using the Sheetz app for either service.
 
Jebbit Raises $70 Million Strategic Growth Investment from Vista Equity Partners
Jebbit has received a $70 million strategic growth investment from Vista Equity Partners, a leading global investment firm focused exclusively on enterprise software, data, and technology-enabled businesses. The growth capital will help the company scale across all departments to further accelerate its mission to help brands deliver personalized digital experiences that collect data that a consumer willingly and intentionally shares.

Jebbit's no-code platform enables companies to build beautiful interactive product and personality quizzes, lookbooks, trivia, lead generation forms, and more to gather Zero Party and First-Party Data. Jebbit experiences help brands drive higher engagement, lead capture, and conversion while maintaining data privacy and security.
 
Fetch Rewards Hires Facebook Retail Executive as Its First Customer Chief
Fetch Rewards, a SoftBank-backed consumer rewards company, has named David Sommer as its first chief customer officer, the company said.

Mr. Sommer was previously head of industry at Facebook parent Meta Platforms Inc., overseeing the accounts of the company's largest retail and consumer packaged goods clients, such as Walmart and Procter & Gamble, as well as its shopper marketing efforts. He left at the end of last year and began working at Fetch the first week of January, reporting to the company's chief executive and co-founder, Wes Schroll.

The appointment comes nine months after Fetch closed a $210 million Series D funding round led by SoftBank Group Corp.'s Vision Fund 2, which brought the company's total funding to more than $325 million and its valuation to more than $1 billion.
 

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