It was a typical cold and rainy Vancouver winter’s day when the caffeine-fueled zipments.ca team hit the streets for the grand launch of zipments for you – our new service that allows anyone to get what they need delivered the same day, wherever and whenever. Available 7-days a week, from 9 am to 9 pm in Vancouver, North Vancouver and West Vancouver, zipments for you is our answer to help make your life easier. Continue reading zipments for you Hits the Streets!
Offering customers 5 same-day deliveries for $5 each, zipments for you kicks off with a great promotion starting today through February 28, 2014
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, January 29, 2014 – zipments.ca has launched a new service that makes life just a little bit easier. zipments for you allows anyone to get what they need delivered wherever and whenever. From a forgotten power cord at home or prescription delivery, to picking up that perfect Craigslist find, zipments is a time-saver for busy mothers, small businesses, car-free people and hard-pressed professionals.
Here’s your chance to win 2 free deliveries a month for one year and an iPad mini!
To enter, all you have to do is;
- Tell us about how you have used or propose to use Zipments to place a delivery order to and from our contest zone (Vancouver, North Vancouver and West Vancouver)
- Share your story on Facebook, or Twitter, or Pinterest – Include #zipforyou in your posting,
For more details, see contest rules here.
And don’t forget to take advantage of our 5 same-day deliveries for $5 each for the month of February only! see details here.
At zipments.ca, innovation is one of our core values. That’s why we’re fascinated by the sharing economy. By leveraging information technology to empower individuals and corporations with information that enables distribution, sharing and reuse of goods and services, companies such as AirBnB, Craigslist and Uber have blossomed to change the way we live and operate.
In Canada, mothers are a significant part of the workforce: 73 per cent of women with children under the age of 16 living at home were employed as of 2009, compared to 39 per cent three decades ago.
It’s quite unlikely that you’ve not heard about Craigslist. What you might not have know is that the classified advertisements website with sections devoted to jobs, housing, personals, for sale, items wanted, services, community, gigs, résumés, and discussion forums was founded by Craig Newmark in 1995. Craigslist started as an email distribution list to friends, featuring local events in the San Francisco Bay Area, before becoming a web-based service in 1996 and expanding into other classified categories. The site started expanding to other U.S. cities in 2000, and currently covers 50 countries around the world.
It’s not likely that you have a sudden need for a camping cookstove or new Khamsin hoodie. But there is a chance that instead of driving to a Mountain Equipment Co-op store you’d love to have that cookstove delivered to your home tonight after work. If you have plans to go, how about having it delivered to you at the café where you’ll be having lunch?