Badges

Physical Merit Badges Extend Online Sharing Behaviors
Everyone loves a badge this day it seems. Nerd Merit badges are embroidered representations of achievements users acquire on social games such as Foursquare or other such challenges that are becoming a regular habit for a generation immersed in technology. Badges can be pride symbols for being featured in Boingboing.net to processing an email inbox down to zero emails.

Subaru has created a free Badge of Ownership program as a way to recognize their owners loyalty and encourage them to promote their interests. The badges attach directly to the owners vehicle The main badge denotes the number of Subaru’s owned. Additional merit badges can be added including the 100,000 mile club, outdoor sports, environmental, and music/arts. In order to get any of the badges, proof of ownership must be provided in the form of a vehicle identification number.

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