Stratus Rewards Visa

The “white card” is for people who aren’t impressed by special airport traveler lounges and upgrades to first class on—gasp—commercial airlines, people who will only go by private jet. Lucky, then, that Stratus (a division of Los Angeles-based Pro Sports & Entertainment) is a partner with Marquis Jet. US Bancorp in Minneapolis issues the card, which offers all sorts of other perks, such as personal shoppers, Abercrombie & Kent safaris and gift bags that rival those given out at the Oscars.

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3 Responses to “Stratus Rewards Visa”

  1. john marlin says:

    Really cool differentiation. But beyond the investment strategy, look into the Stratus media as a whole, not just Stratus Visa Rewards. They will post much higher revenues in the start of next year as their acquisition’s REV cannot be retroactively reported in 2010. SO along with their VISA card, their reports for 2011, and their probable acquisitions, SMDI is a very good investment OPP! They also have great investor relations if you call….(800) 594-7734 or visit http://www.stratusmediagroup.com/shareholders/investor_faq.aspx

  2. john marlin says:

    Really cool spin on the black card. But beyond the investment strategy, look in the Stratus media as a whole, not just Stratus Visa Rewards. They will post much higher revenues in the start of next year as their acquisition’s REV cannot be retroactively reported in 2010. SO along with their VISA card, their reports for 2011, and their probable acquisitions, SMDI is a very good investment OPP! They also have great investor relations if you call….(800) 594-7734 or visit http://www.stratusmediagroup.com/shareholders/investor_faq.aspx

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