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We're so excited to be a finalist (again!) for Austin's Best Places to Work -- and we owe it all to our employees who make coming to work every day so fun! Check out the full list of finalists from the Austin Business Journal: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQKPD?
RetailMeNot employees attended this year's Central Texas Women in Leadership Symposium, which aims to bring together a diverse mix of successful women leaders to discuss topical themes and share experiences. We're proud to sponsor this, and other events in Texas, focused on supporting women!
We value collaboration and transparency, and our offices are a physical representation of our ambitious, fun atmosphere! Check out more about our themed office in Built in Austin: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQNwv
Curious about life at RetailMeNot? Learn more about our values, our people and our perks now. We're hiring! http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQNEd
RetailMeNot employees gathered together in Austin last weekend to play in the 2018 Level Up Games. Every team chooses a nonprofit to play for, and we were happy to play our hearts out for the Boys & Girls Club of Austin!
RMN Gives hosted our annual Operation Blue Santa shopping spree yesterday morning! RetailMeNot employees cheered on Austin Police Department's interim Chief Brian Manley and Austin Fire Chief Rhoda Mae Kerr as they sped through Sam's Club collecting items for next year's silent auction:
Despite some headlines, brick and mortar is alive and thriving this season. See our predictions for December shoppers in Chain Store Age:
Team members from across RetailMeNot had a great weekend hosting Code2College students and mentors in our offices for a professional skills workshop. Thanks to our Tech Diversity Employee Resource Group nearly 100 kids were able to work on a business case study and build their professional and technical skill set!
From deep in the heart of Texas, we thank our colleagues, partners and friends for helping us raise over $66,000 and counting for Hurricane Harvey relief. Our team didn't stop there though—today RMN employees put together 250 welcome bags for evacuees in Austin. Thanks to Austin Mayor Steve Adler for creating this initiative and to everyone who took part!