Remember the Yellow Pages? How about the days when phone booths were actually used for making calls? Or the last time you read the print edition of a newspaper? All of these sources of information are quickly becoming relics of the past and at SeamlessWeb we’re happy to help turn the page on history with our “More Eat” campaign designed to make sure that paper menus also end up as a “remember when we used to use [x]?” source of information ASAP!
What we’re doing is enlightening people who are still living in the old world full of static, printed materials and landlines. I’m sad to say that this still includes many of my so-called friends, despite the fact that I’m pleading with them that they’re killing my livelihood! Luckily, this campaign means that there’s still time for them to be saved and see the light of the computer screen and we’re so confident in their conversion that we’re offering $10 off their first order!
Now back to the paper menu and the crux of the issue. We think its tyranny has gone on long enough and here are three of the many reasons why:
- It’s obsolete the very day it’s printed (ever heard of daily specials?)
- It’s dirty and dangerous (you don’t find grease stains and paper cuts online)
- It’s a wasteful nuisance (opening your door to menus on the floor is not a pretty sight and what about all that paper waste?)
So have you heard enough? Are you ready to donate your paper and put it to better use? Place your first online order today and SeamlessWeb will be the last menu you ever need. Already a loyal SeamlessWebber? Tell your friends (you still get a 25% discount for each one you refer) and come out to see us all over the city next week (the Brooklyn Flea should be especially memorable) and we’ll make it worth your while. One of you may even win Free Lunch for a Year!