Dabble Dallas—now known as Dabble—plans an all-encompassing mobile platform to increase exposure to the young professional community—and could help resuscitate the city’s restaurant industry.
The new app will provide ‘Dabblers’ with a single way to connect and redeem vouchers. Founder Taylor Jacobs hopes Dabble’s relaunch will not only create a tightly-knit ‘yo-pro’ community, but also increase brand awareness, foot traffic, and customer acquisition costs for hidden-gem restaurants—starting with those in Dallas.
Scheduled to go live on the app store on Nov. 1, Dabble will serve as a subscription-based service that bridges the gap between local restaurants with young professionals. For $19.99 a month, members can exclusively enjoy up to $85 worth of food and drinks from partners.
“On average, people go out to eat 5.9 times per week and many millennials find themselves tired of hitting the same three to four bars and restaurants,” Jacobs says. “The app will consistently incentivize subscribers to try new spots throughout town, attend exclusive events, and network through shared meals, drinks, and experiences, rather than being stuck in suits and ties.”
当雅各布斯首次成立她的公司时it was a way to reignite the local food and beverage industry后盘并展示达拉斯必须提供的最佳地点。
Dabble Dallas encouraged the community to deviate from the norm while simultaneously optimizing restaurants’ brand awareness. Similar to the app, it offered paying members exclusive packages filled with completely complimentary food and drink features throughout the area.
Dabble Dallas secured partnerships with trending restaurants such as Las Palmas and Tulum, along with sought-after spots such as Hero in Victory Park.
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