Labor Day is celebrated on the on the first Monday of September. It is a United States federal holiday. The first Labor Day celebration was held on Tuesday, September 5, 1882, in New York City. In 1884, it was moved to the first Monday in September. Labor Day is a creation of the Central Labor … read more
Labor Day marks the official end of summer, but your money making opportunities never end at CashCrate!
Starting 12:00 AM EST Monday, September 2nd, earn an extra 10% on all Cash Offers and Daily Surveys.
This promotion lasts until 11:59 PM EST. That’s a whole day of extra earnings!!
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CashCrate has the best referral program out there. You’re introducing people to a proven money maker and in turn, you make more money too!
To trust you, people need to know you. Here are some tips to help when you’re referring others.
Tell them a little about yourself and how you are using CashCrate:
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Senior Citizens Day was originally celebrated on August 14th when US president Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the Social Security Act in 1935. Some people still celebrate the contributions senior citizens make on this date.
There are several other “Senior Citizen Days” that many countries, local communities and organizations have declared too. Twenty-five years ago US … read more
Angela B. from Oklahoma joined CashCrate on August 8th 2013. In less than a week, she was already well above $100 in earnings! Angela made an incredible start and continues to earn.
Hi guys and gals!
When I first found CashCrate, I knew that I had found something unique. I know that there are a lot … read more
By Alicia D.
Alicia is a stay at home Mom with a young daughter. She also attends college. Alicia writes a monthly column: “A Stay at Home Mom’s Guide to Using CashCrate” about various topics.
So it’s that time again, back to school! It’s the start of fall, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and the one thing we … read more
National Aviation Day (August 19) celebrates the development of aviation. Franklin Delano Roosevelt established the holiday in 1939 to honor of Orville Wright’s birthday. Orville was still alive when the holiday was signed into law, and was able to enjoy it for 9 more years.
It all started with the Wright Brothers in 1903. Surprisingly, neither … read more
Have you ever had a pushy sales person knock on your door? Immediately after opening your door, they start with their sales spiel. You say no thank you, but they keep going and going. It seems like they are only interested in making the sale and not about what you need. … read more
Getting kids ready to return to school is always a busy part of the year. There is so much to get ready: Clothes, haircuts, changing bus schedules, course schedules, and of course supplies for the school year like paper, pens, pencils, notebooks, calculators, erasers, and more.
Back to school supplies can be a … read more
What ever you call them, a Flyer or a Pamphlet is a great way to get referrals. Most people think of getting referrals online, but this is an offline method that works.
You can post fliers on bulletin boards in Laundromats, Grocery Stores, and other locations that have posting places for public use. … read more