In 2002, 32% of guests said that the loyalty program was a key factor in deciding where to stay. That number has grown steadily to 37% in 2007 but has declined in the first 9 months of 2008.



Stat: In 2002, 32% of guests said that the loyalty program was a key factor in deciding where to stay. That number has grown steadily to 37% in 2007 but has declined in the first 9 months of 2008.

Stat Categories: Loyalty Program / Rewards Stats

Tags: loyalty program loyalty program,rewards loyalty program,rewards,miles loyalty program,rewards,miles,points

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Stat Source: MarketMetrix

Publisher (site that mentioned this stat): LoyaltyLeaders.org

Submitted By: Michael Raeford

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