Finally, it’s starting to feel like 2014.
Klink launches the first DC alcohol delivery application. Long are the days of walking a few blocks to the store. Hell, you barely have to put on pants if you don’t want to. Already launched in Florida and Michigan, Klink has introduced a responsible and convenient way for folks to get their drank on.
Founders Jeffrey Nadel (UPenn student with startup and nonprofit experience), Craig Bolz (UCF graduate with finance background and hedge-fund experience), Geoff Castillo (VCU Brandcenter student with design, branding and marketing strategy experience), and Nicholas Bowers (Rollins College graduate, previous founder of web-development firm) are welcoming you and your habits to the 21st Century.
Here are the details.
Klink is a web and mobile platform that allows users to have alcohol delivered right to their doorsteps — all with just a few clicks or taps — in less than an hour. Users download the Klink Delivery iOS app from the App Store or browse the website at KlinkDelivery.com to choose from a curated selection of the best and most popular beer, wine and liquor available to local customers. Klink maintains a network of screened, trained and certified retail partners to fulfill orders. Deliveries are done by industry-veteran drivers who are trained to authenticate customers’ photo IDs and verify their age. Klink employs proprietary age verification processes that are more thorough than those used by brick-and-mortar retailers, bars and nightclubs.
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