DENVER - The alcohol delivery startup Drizly has started delivering in Denver, making it the latest city in the company's plans for rapid expansion to become the "Amazon for alcohol delivery."
The app launched previously in New York City, Chicago and Los Angeles.
Neighborhoods where Drizly is available at launch include Downtown Denver, East Highlands, Lodo, Five Points, City Park, Congress Park, Cherry Creek, Washington Park, South Park Hill, Capitol Hill, RiNo, and Lincoln Park. Additional areas will be added and announced in the near future.
Powered by a partnership with Argonaut Liquor, Drizly offers consumers a choice of more than 3,000 wine, beer and spirits products right from their smartphone, all delivered within 20 to 40 minutes.
"Consumers are demanding convenience in every area of their life, and the smartphones we carry have become the tool of choice to deliver that convenience," said Nick Rellas, Drizly co-founder and CEO. "Denverites can spend more time having fun with family, friends and co-workers when they let Drizly take care of securing the beer, wine and liquor."
The Drizly app is available for download on iPhone and Android. As a special welcome to Denver customers, new Drizly members can enter WELCOMEDENVER at checkout for free delivery (normally $5) on their first order made before July 31.