West Coast Ventures Group Corp. (OTC Pink: WCVC) operates within the acquisition, development, and management of restaurant businesses. Shares of the restaurant management company are rallying 24.64%, through early trading on Friday, December 8, 2017. Over the past month, West Coast Ventures Group Corp. has seen average daily volume of 24,357 shares. However, volume of 277,332 shares or dollar volume of $235,510, has already exchanged hands on the day.
Shares of West Coast Ventures Group Corp. are gaining today after the company announced that its subsidiary, Illegal Burger, has announced that it has launched a new food delivery service for downtown Denver, Capitol Hill and Arvada areas of Colorado. Through the new online ordering system, customers will be able to place an order on their desktop or mobile device. Furthermore, Illegal Burger’s mobile app is available for download on iOS or Android phones. Here is the full press release detailing of the online ordering interface development:
West Coast Ventures Corp. Press Release:
ARVADA, Colorado, December 7, 2017 /PRNewswire/ –West Coast Ventures Group Corp. (OTC: WCVC), which wholly owns fast-casual dining concept ILLEGAL BURGER, a hand-crafted Burger + Bar fast-casual dining concept, announced today the launch of its new food delivery service to the downtown Denver, Capitol Hill, and Arvada areas.
Hungry customers can now place convenient delivery and pick up orders via the restaurant’s online ordering system, powered by ChowNow. The new mobile-friendly service allows users to easily create orders via the ILLEGAL BURGER app on their device, desktop computer, or through Facebook, Yelp, and Google.
“With the new ILLEGAL BURGER app, ordering with us has never been easier or more accessible,” said owner James Nixon. “Simply open the app, browse our menu, and select your burger. It’s that simple.”
Nixon chose to partner with ChowNow because the online ordering and marketing platform gives him complete brand control of his mobile and web ordering process, meaning that instead of going to ChowNow to order, customers go through ILLEGAL BURGER’s sites or apps.
“Not only is mobile ordering something that guests have come to expect, with a service like ChowNow, it’s also something we can use to improve operational efficiencies, boost brand awareness, and ultimately, drive revenue,” added Nixon.
ILLEGAL BURGER’S free app is available for download on iOS and Android devices. Orders can also be placed directly on the ILLEGAL BURGER Facebook page.
About West Coast Ventures Group
West Coast Ventures Group Corp. is a team of experienced restaurant entrepreneurs who partner and invest in upcoming businesses that aspire to grow and innovate in their respective sectors. It currently owns and operates two restaurant concepts in the Denver, Colorado area: ILLEGAL BURGER, a fast-casual Burger + Bar concept, and El Señor Sol, a full-service fresh Mexican restaurant. Both concepts were created to change the way people look at eating, from the details of their sustainable and inviting decor to the high-quality fresh products used in their food and recipes.
The Company is dedicated to giving customers what they deserve, “Recipes and items made with nothing but the finest and freshest natural ingredients that taste as good as they look.”
Experience perfection with every bite, only at ILLEGAL BURGER.
For more information, please visit www.illegalburger.com.
This release (like many written and oral communications presented by West Coast Ventures Group Corp (WCVC), our authorized officers, and/or subsidiaries and affiliates) may contain certain forward-looking statements regarding our prospective performance and strategies within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended. We intend such forward-looking statements to be covered by the safe harbor provisions for forward-looking statements contained in the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, and are including this statement for purposes of said safe harbor provisions.
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