PR: Membership Has Its Benefits – The HBHW Club
Rock Hill, SC, May 21, 2009 – One of the Internet’s most popular communities for frugal living, home cooking tips and recipes – HillbillyHousewife.com – has just introduced a membership club to enhance the interactive experience of the more than 300,000 fans who visit the site each month. The Hillbilly Housewife Club offers popular features like a members’ forum, a recipe center where members can easily retrieve and submit recipes and a new monthly resource guide.
“Our site has always been one of the more interactive sites on the web. Our readers love to post on the blog and send in letters and opinions on the information shared. But now they’re going to have a dedicated area where they can easily submit recipes, seek conversation, inspiration and good company from members in the discussion forum or download one of the timely resources uploaded to the membership area every month,” explains HillbillyHousewife.com owner Susanne Myers.
“My only concern about adding a membership center was the membership fee that would be necessary to cover the additional costs. Many of our members are with us because they are looking for ways to save money, not spend it. So to address that concern I made a commitment to offer resources, services and strategies that could help members to save many times more than they would have spent on their monthly subscription fee,” adds Myers.
The first monthly resource offering money saving strategies for Hillbilly Housewife Club members is the “Getting out of Debt for Good” guide. This 20-page guide provides a step-by-step road map for changing purchasing habits, paying down bills and putting into place a rock solid strategy for getting out of debt permanently. Initial reaction from Club members has been overwhelming.
“The HBHW Club’s first report on “Getting out of Debt” has really gotten me thinking and budgeting. I am so proud of myself because I made it to two weeks on $120.00 on groceries. I was even able to put meals in the freezer. It is amazing what you can do when you put your mind to it. I can’t wait for the next resource,” explains one Hillbilly Housewife Club member in a recent forum post.
If you’d like to interview Susanne Myers to learn more about the Hillbilly Housewife recipes and frugal, healthy living tips, please contact Susanne at Susanne@hillbillyhousewife.com or (803) 524-2862.
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