Totlly plans to save consumers time and money when they are headed to the grocery store.
Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) November 04, 2014
Founders Michael Woltcheck and John Rudzinski introduced Totlly on Kickstarter. The campaign showcases a new app that will allow users to input their grocery list. The application will have the capability to then show the user where to shop for the lowest possible checkout price, based on the prices of the items on the user’s list at stores in their area. Totlly is the first application of its kind. Totlly plans to save consumers time and money when they are headed to the grocery store.
In order to jump-start the campaign, the Totlly team is offering very low pricing. Backers can become a premium, lifetime member for as little as $10. This is a limited time offer and will only last for the duration of the campaign, which ends November 19th.
“We are thrilled to be launching our campaign for Totlly”, said Michael Woltcheck, Co-founder. “With incredible prices and an application you cannot find anywhere else, consumers can begin to enjoy cost and time savings on purchases they are already making. Kickstarter is a great platform for us to show consumers what we are all about and for consumers to support a product they are interested in.”
Totlly is addressing a concern for every consumer – saving time and money. Every aspect of Totlly has been designed with convenience and savings in mind. From its flawless, user-friendly design to its intelligent GPS functions, the application will seamlessly fit into consumer’s current grocery shopping routines. The campaign platform gives consumers a comprehensive look at what this start-up and application are all about. For more information visit: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1184425106/the-shopping-list-that-tells-you-where-to-go-shopp?ref=discovery
Crowdfunding enables people with a great business idea to ask the general public for the funding they need to set up or expand. The business sets a target for the money it needs to raise and explains how it will use the cash. People can then make pledges for small amounts of money in return for a reward, which they will only receive if the campaign’s funding target is reached.