Loyalty360 Reads: Taco Bell’s New SOS Kits, Chase Introduces Luxury Hotel Program for Cardmembers,   Rassmussen University Offers Grants to Best Buy Employees

Taco Bell Satisfies Student Cravings with New SOS Kits  

Taco Bell has devised a solution for hungry college students who don’t live within walking distance of a restaurant. The new Taco Bell SOS Kit contains everything students need to make their favorite menu items, including taco shells, seasoning, sauces, and protein choices. The $7.99 kits, produced by Kraft Heinz, are available for delivery from Amazon or at TacoBellSOS.com for a limited time. Each kit includes a stain-resistant bed sheet for customers who like their Taco Bell in bed.  

“Our goal is to give fans the opportunity to satisfy their Taco Bell cravings anywhere, anytime, even if there is not a restaurant location nearby – including the students who suffer from the misfortune of a Taco Bell-less campus as they prepare for final exams,” said Megan Lang, Director of Brand Communications at Taco Bell.  

The company invites students to share their Taco Bell SOS Kit experiences on the social media platforms Instagram and TikTok.  

Chase Travel Introduces Luxury Hotel Program for Cardmembers   

Chase Travel will offer cardmembers expanded access to the world’s most exclusive hotels and resorts starting in early 2024. Available to Chase Sapphire Reserve members, The Edit by Chase Travel platform provides curated content on luxury travel trends and details on the features, amenities, and location of each participating property.  

Customers can book stays on the platform using the Sapphire Reserve card or accumulated reward points. Cardmembers receive complimentary breakfast for two, room upgrades, and other perks when booking through The Edit by Chase Travel.  

Rassmussen University Offers Educational Grants to Best Buy Employees  

Rasmussen University in Minneapolis has launched a grant program for employees of the electronics retailer Best Buy. The Professional Achievement Grant is available to employees pursuing online master’s degrees in business and health science at Rasmussen. Combined with Best Buy’s tuition reimbursement program, the grant can fully cover the cost of tuition.  

Current full-time employees with at least six months on the job are eligible for the program. Best Buy has offered corporate grants to workers covering up to 20 percent of tuition at Rasmussen since 2021.  

"We're thrilled to offer Best Buy employees additional education benefits through our Professional Achievement Grant — giving them the chance to start or continue their education with the possibility of no out-of-pocket costs as well as supporting Best Buy in retaining high-value talent." said Paula Singer, President and Chief Academic Officer at Rasmussen University. 

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