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Got Delivery? Then Get On BevMap

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The coronavirus pandemic has cost the restaurant industry $25 billion in sales and 3 million jobs since March 1, says the National Restaurant Association.

As a result of social distancing, many venues have shut their doors and shifted towards delivery or curbside pickup – but there’s still the problem of getting the word out there.

That’s where BevMap comes in. BevMap is a free platform for restaurants, bars, wineries, and beverage retailers to let their customers know they can still get a taste of their favorite food while staying home.

“We are lifetime veterans of the Food & Beverage industry and we see this pandemic as a crisis situation – our industry will change forever if we don’t act now and help each other and get through this time with a spirit of collaboration,” says ŌMvino, the creators of BevMap. “We made BevMap to support your favorite food & beverage businesses & showcase their new offerings so they can thrive in these challenging times.”

Unlike other food delivery apps, BevMap doesn’t take any fees from the restaurants for using their platform.

It only takes a few minutes to sign up and let locals know you’re available for pick up or delivery, and online retailers are more than welcome on the platform, as well.

Users can browse BevMap by region and see which of their favorite local spots are still serving and more locations are constantly being added to the list.

A list of non-profit Food and Beverage organizations will also be added to the listings soon, a BevMap representative told us via email.

So what are you waiting for? If you’ve got delivery, then you’ve ought to get on BevMap!

Still have question? You can email the BevMap team for more information or a business consultation: info@omvino.com.

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