You can now buy ‘virtual’ coffee in your favorite cafes to support them during the coronavirus pandemic
- Virtual coffee can now be purchased to support baristas during the pandemic
- Hey You encourages customers to buy their coffee in local cafes
- The popular Australian app has added the ‘Support Your Local’ function menu online
- 100 percent of each sale goes directly to the local company of your choice
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With government restrictions forcing people to incarceration or isolation because of the coronavirus outbreak, cafes are struggling to keep their businesses running.
So to help customers support their local baristas from afar, the Australian app to pre-order Hey you now encourages customers to order ‘virtual coffee’ online.
“We’ve added a” Support your local “menu item where you can purchase a virtual coffee or lunch. 100 percent of the sales go to your local customer, ‘the company wrote online.
Australia’s number one app, Hey You, now encourages customers to support local businesses by ordering virtual coffee
The new addition comes after the app has received a lot of positive feedback from customers, showing that people want to support local eateries while they can’t be there physically.
While the virtual coffee isn’t actually made after an order is placed, it helps keep cafes and businesses afloat during the corona virus crisis.
Many of our cafes are still open for takeaways and would appreciate your support. As always, stay safe, stay informed and take care of each other, ” said the app.
The new addition comes after the app has received a lot of positive feedback from customers, showing that people want to support locally but are unable to get to them physically
While the virtual coffee isn’t actually made, it will help sustain local cafes and businesses during the severe corona virus crisis
From just $ 3.50 for a cup of coffee, you can support your favorite café without leaving your home during isolation.
Customers in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth can contribute by simply downloading the Hey You app or ordering from the website.
Since developing in 2015, the app has grown to more than 700,000 customers with more than 21 million orders to date.