“With Foodelz ability to ‘push’ a time-sensitive deal out to consumers via text, we can now offer the complete package to our restaurant clients, reaching their customers via website, email, Facebook, Twitter and now text.” Andy DeShong
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) May 26, 2010
DineOutCheap.com, a free web and mobile based search for deals on restaurant meals, announced the creation of a strategic partnership with Foodelz.com to further enhance DineOutCheap.com’s existing methods for disseminating information on restaurant deals to consumers. DineOutCheap.com has also announced that the company’s popular and simple-to-use iPhone application will now be free to all consumers. The iPhone application was first made free to the company’s 9,000+ Facebook fans May 12.
“I’m very excited about this alliance with Foodelz,” said DineOutCheap.com founder, Andy DeShong. “With Foodelz ability to ‘push’ a time-sensitive deal out to consumers via text, we can now offer the complete package to our restaurant clients, reaching their customers via website, email, Facebook, Twitter and now text.” DeShong continued, “Diners come to us because they are looking for ways to save a few bucks and now, they can not only get the information they want but they can also get it any way they want it.” Stacey Wetzel of Foodelz added, “We think this alliance benefits everyone and we can’t wait to get it started.”
An additional mobile application is currently in development for users of the DROID phone. The company also announced upcoming plans to redesign the website to make it even more user friendly and to enhance its visual appeal.
Based out of Dallas, Texas, DineOutCheap.com aggregates discounts and specials from restaurants nationwide and provides searchable results free to consumers via the website and email, as well as through Facebook and Twitter.
Based out of Frisco, Texas, Foodelz.com is a mobile message marketing system designed for restaurants to pass their time sensitive deals directly to consumers via email or text.
Note: Foodelz rhymes with “noodles”
Andy DeShong, founder
Stacey Wetzel, owner