Celebrating Achievements of GetintheLoop Local Owners


During GetintheLoop Local’s first year of operations as a franchisor, our team and local owners worked hard to bring Canada’s leading mobile offers platform to over 40 markets across Canada. To celebrate their achievements, GetintheLoop Local hosted a Hawaiian themed awards gala at the first ever Wolfpack summit

Congratulations to all the winners:

Fastest Market Launch: Dale Jacobs, Dauphin, MB
Awarded to the local owner who was the fastest to sign 10 partners


Dale became a local owner because he believed in GetintheLoop’s platform and felt it could add value to local businesses in Dauphin. He was able to showcase this value to local businesses from the beginning and quickly signed new partners onto the platform.

Community Connector: Sarah Roddy, Windsor, ON
Awarded to the local owner who best embodies the connection to community through engagement with local associations, activations and charity groups


Sarah is passionate about using GetintheLoop to strengthen her community. She has signed up five partners to GetintheLoop’s Community Connections program, which gives nonprofit and charitable groups space on the platform to post about their community events and initiatives. She has been nominated for the Marvelous Millennial Manager award from local magazine Biz X.

Top Social Media Creator: Kelsi Barclay, Calgary, AB
Awarded to the local owner who creates the best social content that drives value for our partners, engages our members and best represents the GetintheLoop brand


Kelsi effectively uses social media to promote the benefits of GetintheLoop and highlight the partners who sign onto the platform. She follows social media best practices while creating posts that include compelling imagery, strong messages and a dose of humour. She does a tremendous job of encouraging people to shop local.

Love the Grind Award: Chrissie and Clay Rozak, Airdrie/Okotoks, AB
Awarded to the local owner who best embodies the GetintheLoop brand through their authentic lifestyle, use of social media and business practice


Becoming local owners has ignited a fire for entrepreneurship in Chrissie and Clay. They are so passionate about helping businesses reach local customers through GetintheLoop that they took on a second franchise location. They love the hustle and they Love the Grind.

Rising Star Award: Marianne and Dustin Woodbeck, Prince George, BC
Awarded to the local owner in a newly launched market who has enjoyed rapid success and embodied the GetintheLoop brand


The Woodbecks are quickly establishing a digital marketplace in Prince George by signing 15 partners in their first two months. Their secret has been an authentic approach that really resonates with local businesses. They also post unique content to their social feeds.

Wolfpack Collaborator Award: Jared and Lindsey VanLaar, Leduc, AB/Troy and Michelle Brouillette, Edmonton, AB
Awarded to the local owner that best embraces and represents the GetintheLoop Wolfpack spirit


These spirited collaborators are always willing to provide assistance to local owners in other markets and help coordinate in-market activations. They have helped GetintheLoop Local grow by referring new local owners and talking to potential candidates.

Local Market of the Year: Sean Robertson and Nate Oullette, Fort McMurray, AB
Awarded to the local owner who has done an outstanding job in building a thriving local business

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Sean and Nate have created a thriving digital marketplace in Fort McMurray with GetintheLoop. They continue to push the added value of the platform, foster a connection with the community, and develop innovative ideas. They notably signed seven partners to the platform in one day. 

There are exciting opportunities for entrepreneurs to operate GetintheLoop Local businesses in major metropolitan cities or small- to mid-size markets. Explore the top five reasons that you should buy a franchise and get in touch with our franchise team to start the conversation.