St. Louis, MO - April 26, 2011 - Groupigg, LLC (“Groupigg”), a white-label technology
provider in the group buying industry, today announced an agreement with KREX-TV in
Western Colorado. The CBS news affiliate will provide ‘Big Deals’ to residents of Grand
Junction, Montrose, and Glenwood Springs.
Groupigg aims to offer media outlets around the country an unparalleled opportunity to
increase traffic and generate additional revenue by offering unique deals precisely tailored to
their existing and potential audience base.
“We are excited to offer local viewers tremendous value and local businesses an
opportunity to grow in a way they could not afford before,” said Randy Stone, President of
The white-label solution offered by Groupigg allows media outlets like KREX to enter into
the daily deal market with a site built around the brand, without the challenges of building and
maintaining their own technology platform. By embracing the group buying trend in this way,
KREX is entering a market, which according to TechCrunch is estimated to grow to $2.7 billion
“This is a great opportunity for us to work with KREX and help to create new revenue
streams,” said Aaron Ellis, co-founder and COO of Groupigg.
About Groupigg, LLC
Groupigg is one of the fastest growing white-label group buying technology and service
platforms, providing media outlets with everything needed to operate a daily deal site of their
own. Groupigg is headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri. To sign up for daily Groupigg deals, visit
KREX-TV has been committed to the Western Colorado community since 1953. An
affiliate of CBS, KREX was the first to broadcast television in the Western Colorado market.
KREXTV.com is "Always On," so if viewers miss a newscast, they can always log onto
KREXTV.com to get the latest news, weather, and sports.
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