It’s our goal to create a very realistic picture of a local beer market.
Houston, TX (PRWEB) October 04, 2012
SaveOnBrew.com began as a simple concept: Find beer – at the best price. So a group of friends in Houston began collecting as many beer seller flyers as they could muster to cross-reference prices. Soon they had friends of friends calling to find out where to get their favorite beer brands on sale. Then it dawned on them that they had stumbled upon a unique idea – that there was, in fact, no reliable database that published local beer prices in America.
Almost three years later, the site receives over 150,000 page views per month and amassed more than 25,500 Facebook fans. The founders are in search of more beer retailers – big and small – to continue growing their database. Advertising beer prices is completely FREE at SaveOnBrew.com! In addition to the free listing, the group also offers banner ad space at rock-bottom pricing.
“Our website is only as good as the retailers we work with,” explains founder Mark Davidson. “We add thousands of new listings daily, but it’s our goal to create a very realistic picture of a local beer market. Users coming to our site simply enter a zip code and get a listing of all the beers on sale locally. They can narrow down the search by beer brand, container type, or type of beer too. Our mobile site gives consumers a map to your store as well.”
Online advertising is truly the way of the future. Beer buyers in the key 21-34 demographic are spending more of their leisure time online – playing video games, watching YouTube videos, reading blogs, and researching upcoming purchases. It makes sense, then, that people would gravitate to a beer price website before choosing a local retailer.
Mark Lenzi from Franklin Liquors in Massachusetts says that advertising with SaveOnBrew has led to a sizable increase in foot traffic to his store. “Maybe it’s the name – with the word ‘liquors’ on the sign, people maybe assume we only sell spirits,” he admits. “But now people realize that even small liquor stores can carry a rather impressive selection of beer too.”
Lenzi adds, “Before they saw our prices on SaveOnBrew, consumers didn’t realize that the small mom-and-pop stores often sell at much better prices than supermarkets and big box chains. Without a doubt, digital media is the best way to advertise these days.”
Free beer merchant advertising and charter ad rates are available at http://www.SaveOnBrew.com.
About SaveOnBrew.Com: Founded in 2010 to help thirsty beer drinkers across the United States find the lowest advertised prices for one of the world’s most popular beverages.