Meet Rebecca, a Level 4 Smiley member from Missouri. Read her interview below to learn about her experience with Smiley360.
Tell us about yourself, your family and where you live!
My name is Rebecca Smith, and I have a small family of three- myself, my husband, and our 8 year old son. We live in the very small town of Brumley, Missouri. The official population of Brumley is only about 101 people! I am 36 years old and am a mother, wife and college student. I am pursuing my degree in Human Services while minoring in Sociology. I also have a newly created blog called “Rebecca’s Randomized Ramblings” that I am working on.
How did you discover Smiley360?
I discovered Smiley360 through a friend’s recommendation, and have been hooked ever since.
What do you like about being a Smiley member?
I love trying products and giving feedback. I get super excited when I get to try something new and love sharing what I find with friends and family!
What has been your favorite Smiley360 mission you have ever done and why?
It’s hard to choose just one mission that has been my favorite so far since I am privileged to have been able to participate in so many. But if I have to choose one it has been the Campbell’s Slow Cooked Kettle Soups mission because it arrived when we were snowed in. We all fought over the comfy socks, and the soups were so delicious. We love them and they are now a fast family favorite for lunch, and a go to comfort food.
How do you share when you’re on a mission?
When I am on a mission, I love to share via Smiley360 Connect, Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Pinterest, email, phone, blog, and of course my ultimate favorite Face to Face! I have had so much fun doing it that I have even created a church group for those of us that love to try and speak about new things! I have also been prompted to create a new blog!
Do you think it is important for brands to listen to their customers? Why?
I think it is very important for brands to actively seek customer feedback in a continuing manner, because after all, the consumers decide if the product is right for them and ultimately decide the success or fate of the product or brand. It makes the consumer feel important to have a “say” in the brand, and it really gives the brand valuable information about their product to be successful!
Given the choice of anyone in the world, whom would you want as a dinner guest?
If I could choose one person to invite to dinner, I would have to right now choose George Lucas, based on two reasons: my son would flip out, and I would love to pick his mind on how he was able to make such a universal brand a well known household name while expanding it and keeping it relevant to collectors and young boys everywhere!
What brands or products could you not live without?
The recent brands right now that I can’t live without are Crayola, Campbell’s, Betty Crocker, and anything Star Wars (those mommies out there with young sons understand why!)
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