What is The DPA Subscriber Rewards?
The DPA Subscriber Rewards is a FREE program designed to say “thanks" to our loyal subscribers. The DPA Subscriber Rewards members are eligible for discounts at a number of area locations, including restaurants, entertainment venues, services, and more.
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Who is eligible for The DPA Subscriber Rewards?
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