Daily Deals Site Caters to the GLBT Community
Posted: 04/18/2011 - 12:50
The Need for GLBT-centric Deals is Now Being Addressed
The recently-launched website, Halfcake.com, is the destination for businesses to connect with the GLBT-minded buyers. The site will feature daily deals throughout cities in North America that highlight both GLBT-owned and -focused businesses, such as gay bars and clubs, gay hotels, and gay travel, and also non-GLBT-owned business that want to reach out to this specific target market, such as restaurants, spas, gyms, and other retail locations.
"Daily deal sites such as groupon and livingsocial have been popular with the general population, but we wanted to create a site that would cater to the tastes of the GLBT community," says Halfcake.com co-founder Donald Banks. Halfcake.com offers free subscription to the site. Once registered, subscribers will receive a daily e-mail featuring various deals in the city they choose. The site had more than 7,000 subscribers in their first week, and Banks says they anticipate having 50,000 subscribers by the end of May.
Halfcake.com is scheduled to launch deals in the beginning of May in all the major hotspots, including New York, LA, Chicago and San Francisco. The goal is to feature deals in 35 North American markets by the end of the summer.
Halfcake.com is a website that offers great daily deals around North America specifically to the GLBT community. Halfcake.com sends out daily deals on all types of products and services that are relevant to the GLBT lifestyle. These discount opportunities of up to 80% off the regular price include Bars, Clubs, Restaurants, Stores, Hotels, Travel, Leisure and Clothes to name a few. They find the best local and national deals for you to take advantage of. You will have the ability to take advantage of phenomenal deals on products and services through collective purchasing power. Subscribers have the ability to try various products and services that may be new to them. Merchants are able to entice a new group of potential customers that may not have otherwise sampled their goods. It just makes perfect business sense.
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