Now accepting food truck operators and caterers
COLUMBIA, S.C. – Soda City Certified™ (SCC), Columbia’s only mobile application that aims to help residents and visitors explore our Capitol City, has expanded the local restaurant outreach to include food truck operators and caterers that are open during coronavirus. There is no charge for food establishments to be on the app.
Restaurants, caterers, and food truck operators in the following areas are encouraged to participate: Downtown Columbia, Forest Acres, West Columbia, Cayce, Harbison, Chapin, Northeast Columbia, Southeast Columbia, Lexington, Blythewood, Elgin, Irmo, St. Andrews, and Pontiac.
“We have been overwhelmed with the support of local restaurants that are committed to servicing the Soda City during these unprecedented times,” said Khali Gallman, Soda City Certified™ app creator. “We understand that people are still in need of food and have limitations of getting to and from restaurants and grocery stores. App users gain real-time information about the hours of operation, curbside or delivery service, specials and discounts, and out of stock items. Keeping users informed while supporting the longevity of food establishments are our goals.”
Restaurants and food operators must visit www.sodacitycertified.com/covid19 to input their establishment’s information. For the list of restaurants so far, visit www.sodacitycertified.com/COVID19-Restaurants. Call 980.292.3544 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
About Soda City Certified™ Mobile App
Founded in 2019, Soda City Certified™ is a mobile application formatted for Apple iTunes and Google Play smartphones that allows users to receive incentives for frequenting Columbia, South Carolina’s most notable events, venues, restaurants, historical sites, and attractions. The app is available for free in both app stores. All rights are reserved. Visit www.sodacitycertified.com for details.
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