Bankhead Lifestyle Company Launches 1st Online Liquor Delivery App “Bartender Nigeria”
Lagos, Nigeria – CEO of Bankhead Entertainment and Lifestyle company, Adewunmi “Bankhead” Adebesin, has announced the official launch of his latest consumer focused innovation, Nigeria’s first ever liquor delivery App –Bartender Nigeria.
This novel liquor-service company is a quick response to the current economic trends and matches the new reality, as the world continues to find its balance with the order of things. It recognizes the need for brands to adapt as well as adopt efficient ways to offer value and sustain relevancy while at it.
The “Bartender Nigeria” app is an integrated liquor/spirit store that delivers varieties of party essentials and experience just from the comfort of your home. Ranging from a wide collection of all your favourite cognac, beer, whiskey, cigar, condoms, to essentially enable a whole vital party experience.
Speaking on its unveiling, CEO, Adewunmi Adebesin, expressed that “Bartender is an online mobile liquor store and delivery app that is designed to expose consumers to an extensive selection of liquor/spirit and other vital event/party essentials just from the comfort of their homes.
“Consumers should have 100% authenticity, competitive pricing, and the convenience of online liquor shopping and swift delivery during this adverse change caused by pandemic” he concluded.
Introducing its services which operates on a 24/7 basis, the Liquor Store app presents a digital and mobile interface that caters to the experiential needs of the general public with minimal effort and less hassle.
With easy navigation and clear cut out steps to make purchases and requests, the app is undoubtedly a welcome development to the timeline of the environment and will afford convenience for all consumers, both new and existing.
Available and downloadable on all mobile devices, the “Bartender Nigeria” app opens entry in Lagos and is currently servicing the Victoria Island, Ikoyi, Lekki/VGC axis, with plans on expanding to other states in Nigeria.