A labor of love that taps into old fashioned values in a whole new hi-tech way.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) August 02, 2012
Seattle NBC affiliate King5 News aired a short, but enlightening segment on the fledgling startup ChorePay. The coverage began with a father and daughter using the program; first the daughter logging a completed chore on her laptop computer, then her father checking the status and approving her completed work on his iPhone via ChorePay's mobile app. After a brief interview with ChorePay founder and COO Jeremy Jacola, reporter Meg Coyle concludes that ChorePay is "A labor of love that taps into old fashioned values in a whole new hi-tech way." You can view the entire segment here.
ChorePay.com provides a free online tool for parents to organize and centralize their children’s chores. Beyond run-of-the-mill online chore charts and allowance tracking, this includes complete money management for the child with goals of education about saving, spending, and donating their earnings.
Founded in 2011, ChorePay is a small team of parents whose goal is to engage families and make the whole chore process not so much of a…well, chore. They believe it should be fun. Very fun.