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Becca McIntyre on the right way to launch a limited time offer

There’s an art to creating a perfect limited time offer. It has as much to do with the offering as it does with the messaging around the offering. Becca McIntyre of Craveworthy Brands is an LTO expert, having created an endless series of limited time offers for the biggest brands in the country. Today she sits down to discuss the essential elements of a perfect LTO and how to get the most bang for our buck when it comes to marketing that offer. 

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For more information on Becca and Craveworthy Brands, visit https://www.craveworthybrands.com/.

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