Zaarly Helps College Students Make Some Extra Dough
Get rewarded for buying and selling services, goods and access to experiences
SAN FRANCISCO, May 5, 2011 – Zaarly, a location-based, real-time, social commerce platform that helps buyers and sellers get what they want, when they want it, is rewarding over $30,000 to college students who make the most number of transactions and largest deals through the Zaarly Launch Contest. Prizes will be awarded to the top “Zaars” and deal makers across the country each week between May 15 and July 1, 2011.
Want a cheeseburger in the middle of the night? Or a latte delivered to you during an early morning cram session? How about someone to take notes for you in your 8 am stats class? Or how about simply making a little extra cash helping others in your community or hometown? With Zaarly, you can make all your wildest dreams come true – simply post what you want, when you want it and how much you would be willing to pay – and someone in the Zaarly community can grant your wish.
“We’re so thrilled to launch Zaarly on college campuses nationwide and offer students a chance to make some easy money,” said Bo Fishback, CEO and Founder of Zaarly. “Zaarly is the perfect tool for any college student – whether craving a delivery of midnight munchies, a cleaning crew before a parent’s visit or as a way to make some extra cash – it offers college students a new way to buy and sell goods and services in an easy and safe way.”
To sign up, simply go to launch.zaarly.com to register and get notified when deals are in your area.
Zaarly is a location-based, real-time social commerce platform that makes the buying and selling of goods, services and experiences easy, safe and secure. With Zaarly, people can post what they want, when they want it and at what price they are willing to pay and someone in the Zaarly community can fulfill it. Zaarly is based in San Francisco, CA and is backed by investors including Ashton Kutcher, Felicis Ventures, Bill Lee, Naval Ravikant, Light Bank, SV Angel, and Thrive Capital. Visit www.zaarly.com for more information.