D.C. Customers: Saucey Wants to Pay For Your Parking Ticket
“Not only will Saucey continue to eradicate your risk of getting parking tickets altogether by delivering drinks directly to your doorstep, but in the event that you do get one because you parked in a loading zone for 2 minutes too long, we want to cover it for you,” says Saucey founder and CEO, Chris Vaughn. “Because few things unite us as people as much as our collective love for a good drink and our collective hatred of parking tickets.”
By helping customers shoulder the burden of parking ticket fees that are so often incurred while running menial errands (such as going on a beer run), Saucey seeks to highlight the ease and efficiency of ordering alcohol delivery via their app. Why not stay home and let the liquor store come to you when it’s as easy as tapping a button?
All Saucey asks is that customers take that $50 they would have been forced to fork over to The Man and spend it on something that makes them happy instead. Like alcohol delivery.
How to participate:
Saucey’s recent expansion to new cities builds on existing on-demand service in Los Angeles , San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose, San Diego, Sacramento, Chicago, New York and Dallas.
This promotion will run through November 22nd, but is limited to the first 100 participants.
Saucey is an alcohol e-commerce platform based out of Los Angeles, California, currently operating in various markets across the United States, including Los Angeles, CA;San Diego, CA;San Francisco, CA;San Jose, CA;Chicago, IL;New York, NY;Dallas, TX; and Washington D.C.. Founded in 2014, Saucey provides on-demand delivery of beer, wine, and spirits to customers via their mobile app and website.
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