Colorado liquor delivery service launches new app
July 14, 2015
EAGLE COUNTY — Liquor Limo, a wine, liquor and beer delivery company, has begun service in Vail and Avon. The free app, now available for download on iOS and Android, offers scheduled liquor delivery or in-store pickup. The company offers free delivery on orders of more than $50, and a press release from the company indicates there is no need to tip.
"We developed Liquor Limo as a solution to a need we identified within the market," said Kevin Byrne, Liquor Limo COO. "Now, through the app, customers in Avon, Vail, and across Colorado, can receive scheduled and professional liquor delivery, while still supporting their local neighborhood retailers. Additionally, our proprietary Replica Recommendation Engine enables users to explore vast retailer inventories and discover new beverages."
Keeping it local
Liquor Limo partners with neighborhood liquor stores, including Avon Liquors, to provide their inventory and delivery services to customers, with a minimum order, typically $25. Valid photo ID proving the user is 21 years old or older is required to register the app, and is also verified upon delivery. Deliveries can be scheduled up to 14 days in advance. All payments are remitted to partner liquor stores through the app, via the customer's securely stored payment information.
Currently, the delivery service has 15 retail partners in Avon, Vail, Frisco, Pueblo, Stapleton, Boulder, Colorado Springs, Durango, Carbondale, Montrose, Thornton, Fort Collins, Greeley and Denver.
For more information, go to http://www.liquorlimo.com.
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