It’s election season. Who’s enjoying the mud slinging, nasty chain emails, and ignorant Facebook statuses?
Yeah. I’ve got to be honest with you – I’m tired of that.
Let’s switch up the campaigning shall we? Today, I’m not talkin’ about why you should be a Democrat or Republican – I’m talkin’ about why you should Go with Bo, the Relay Foods cow.
Bo stands for simplicity – and that’s something that’s wildly important to me and my busy schedule. Even though I have grocery shopping down to a science, it still takes up a good chunk of my Sunday afternoons.
Driving to the store, wandering the aisles, and being distracted by impulse buys are all a part of a regular shopping trip. And let’s not leave out the inevitable moment when I’m in the check out line and realize I’ve forgotten an essential item from my list, like toilet paper.
Did we any rolls left at home? Do I lose my spot and go back to aisle 12? Do I take a risk and leave my stuff on the belt, sprint to the TP, and hope to make it back before the cashier scans my last item?
Whatever the decision, it’s never simple.
But with Bo, I make my list online and her people do the shopping for me. I choose my pick up location (mine was two blocks from my apartment – #winning) and go pick them up the following day.
No long lines, no self-check outs questioning my competency, and no hassle. Just a nice dude with a truck, ready to hand over my groceries.
My grocery outing on a normal Sunday takes an hour and fifteen minutes out of my day but with Relay Foods, I was out and back home in fifteen minutes.
If you ask me, the answer is simple. My vote is for Bo. She has the ability to make my life a little easier. You know, to free up my time so I can spend it doing more important things
I’m Colleen Nichols, and I approved this message.
**If you live in Richmond or any of the cities that Relay Foods serves (DC/NOVA/Baltimore, Charlottesville, and Philly) you can use the promo code LunchBox to get $25 off your purchase of $50 or more! It’s valid through December 31, 2012**