Where can you find the best pumpkin pie in Kansas City and get it delivered to your doorstep at any hour of the day?
Where can you buy custom furniture--from bed frames to nightstands--for under $500?
Where can you find a repair man who comes to YOUR driveway?
Believe it or not, you don't have to open the Yellow Pages, beg for a referral from a friend or research online for hours on end to find any of these Kansas City services.
All of them--and many, many more--can be found in one spot. On Zaarly's new storefront platform.
|Bo Fishback, CEO of Zaarly.|
Simply log in on www.zaarly.com/in/kansas-city. From there, you can discover all of the amazing products and services that your neighbors provide. With over 1000 listings in the Kansas City market alone, you're bound to find something you need (or want) just by scrolling through the storefronts. Don't have time to make dinner tonight? Order a weekly meal plan of homemade soups from Jenn Stagner. Frustrated when attempting to train your disobedient puppy? Newman's Dog Training can help with that (even while you're at work!). Looking for a creative gift for a friend? Get some sneakers custom painted by Ken Deladurantaye. You never know what you'll find on Zaarly.
This same Zaarly storefront platform has already launched in test markets including San Francisco, Los Angeles and New York City. But Kansas City is Zaarly's first real trial of the new platform. According to Fishback, "there is real magic that we can capture in Kansas City."
Fishback wants you to discover Zaarly storefronts for yourself (don't be shy...give it a try!). The CEO himself encourages you to give the new platform a shot by "favoriting" a particular storefront, buying a cool product and experiencing exactly how the new Zaarly works. Not satisfied? Bo will personally reimburse you for anything you buy and are not satisfied with.
"This is the place in the world to go when you want to find something awesome," states Bo Fishback, quite simply. "That is Zaarly. That is the goal."
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