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Need Last-Minute Drinks For Your Party? This Startup Will Be Your Holiday Party Hero

Boozy.ph can deliver liquor straight to your doorstep
By Yummy.ph Team |


 

 

Welcome to December! Are your calendars booked with Christmas parties and dinners, too? Everyone tends to indulge a little bit more during this time of the year, and rightfully so! What better way is there to celebrate quality time with family and friends than with an extra glass or two of that vino?

 

Here's the tricky part: many hosts find themselves gearing up for a midnight beer run and leaving their guests to pick up extra liquor while the party is going on. We understand that for many hosts, this dilemma could cause some unnecessary stress and panic in the moment, so here's a solution: Boozy.ph.

 

 

Boozy.ph delivers liquor straight to your doorstep within 90 minutes or less. The process is extremely simple. All you have to do is order through their website or give them a call. Everything is made easy for hosts and party guests: cash on delivery is accepted, the bottles are priced at liquor store prices, delivery time is relatively quick, and orders are accepted until 12 midnight. They even have bar tools and party packages available if you feel like whipping up a few cocktails! That's right, party hosts you can say goodbye to midnight beer runs completely.

 

 

Click here to visit the Boozy.ph website. You can also contact Boozy.ph through (0995) 448 8220 and admin@boozy.ph.

 

 

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This story originally appeared on Yummy.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Entrepreneur.com.ph editors.

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