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ID.me & Jockey join hands to provide discount for military
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Sep '14
ID.me, a digital identity solution provider, and Jockey International, Inc., one of the best known brands in the United States of America, known for quality-crafted innerwear and lounge wear for men and women, have entered into a partnership to provide a ten percent discount to the military community on all online purchases done at Jockey’s website.

With ID.me, members of the military community, who include those who are on active duty, veterans, retirees, military spouses and military family, can have their identity verified against an authoritative database and relayed to Jockey, in order to receive exclusive online discounts.
Once verified by ID.me, the members of the military community only need to enter a user name and password to avail the discounts offered by Jockey and other online retailers.

To take advantage of the discount, members of the military community can get verified through ID.me, and then will be able enter their credentials when they log out at Jockey’s website.

“As one of the world’s leading retailers with a strong foundation rooted in American history, Jockey wanted the opportunity to give back to those who put their lives on the line and serve the United States of America. Through ID.me, Jockey can easily and securely verify the identity of those users who can avail the promotional offer,” CEO and co-founder of ID.me, Blake Hall, said in a statement.

Products of Jockey—one of the world’s most recognizable innerwear brands—are distributed in more than 140 countries. ID.me, founded by two Army Rangers, is a digital identity network that acts as a trusted intermediary, and can identify specific groups and consumers targeted to avail discounts and promotional offers. (GK)

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