Bottlecapps is one of the fastest-growing beverage alcohol e-commerce and delivery platforms in the United States with over 1,000 stores in 43 states. The company’s latest deal is a preferred vendor partnership with the Georgia Alcohol Dealers Association (GADA).
“The GADA Industry Affairs Committee looked at many options, had endless Zoom meetings, discussed operations with retailers in other states and numerous conference calls all so that GADA Members could make informed decisions regarding the best practices for e-commerce and delivery. After looking at all of them, Bottlecapps is the choice for e-commerce that stood head and shoulders above the rest,” stated Mark Brown, Chairman of Industry Affairs, for GADA. “They provide partnership pricing with a flat fee model along with excellent customer service.”
As noted in our roundup of online sales and delivery platforms, Bottlecapps’ niche is its pricing model, which is a “counter approach to many of its competitors whom charge a fee (percentage or flat) per transaction on their platform — instead, Bottlecapps’ pricing is a low, flat, monthly rate, with no transaction fees.”
Earlier this year, Bottlecapps joined forces with Spec’s Wine & Spirits — the largest wine and spirits retailer in Texas — to create an on-demand, mobile shopping app for its customers. That’s the kind of thing it does. Currently 85% of all liquor stores in the United States have no e-commerce presence.
“Bottlecapps is thrilled to be the partner of choice for all the Georgia’s Liquor stores as they escalate to move to e-commerce and to provide delivery to Georgia residents. Our ‘360 solution’, coupled with our flat-fee model protects the stores from inflated transactions fees while providing an outstanding customer experience for the consumer,” stated Dr. Prashant Desai, Executive Chairman & CEO of Bottlecapps.