Drizly Partners With 5 Chattanooga Wine And Liquor Outlets For Alcohol Deliveries

Thursday, May 21, 2020

Drizly, the nation’s first and largest alcohol e-commerce marketplace, announced the availability of its e-commerce and on-demand delivery platform in Chattanooga.

 

Officials said, "Through partnerships with five premier local adult beverage retailers, adults of legal drinking age can now shop on Drizly from the widest selection of wine, beer and spirits and get delivery to their doorsteps in under 60 minutes."

 

Drizly’s initial partner retailers in Chattanooga include Eagle Liquor, Chattanooga Wine & Spirits, Easy Liquor and Wine, Riverside Wine & Spirits and Harry’s Wine and Spirits.

 

Drizly first became available in Tennessee in 2016 when it launched in Nashville, and since has expanded to Knoxville and Memphis.

 

Brijesh Patel, manager of Eagle Liquor, said, “Partnering with Drizly to offer our valued customers on-demand delivery is an invaluable addition to our business. With people spending more time at home, Drizly’s technology enables us to continue providing our customers with premium service, and reach new ones, at a time when online shopping and home delivery have become close to essential.”

 

Blaine Grinna, director of retailer development at Drizly, said, “Drizly succeeds when we effectively support local adult beverage retailers and help them grow. Now is a more important time than ever to bring Drizly to Chattanooga. Alcohol shoppers are utilizing our platform in unprecedented numbers, and in doing so, discovering the ease of shopping their favorite stores and tapping an unmatched selection of favorites and hard-to-find products, all while enjoying the convenience and safety of home delivery.”

 


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