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By Blair Anthony Robertson
When the three founders of Saucey were formulating their business model for an alcohol delivery service, they looked at California’s liquor stores and concluded that the business model was based largely on convenience and impulse.
Folks wanted liquor or wine for a party or for dinner and they ran out to get it. Now, they’re able to bypass the hassle of leaving home. With a quick check of what’s available via a phone app, consumers can dial up a bottle of Chianti while watching over the Bolognese or place a last-minute order for tequila while waiting for friends to arrive for a house party.