For Lazy Tipplers, There's an Uber of Alcohol

Something used to bother Chris Vaughn as he sat at home with his girlfriend. With their iPhone, they could conjure up a cab with Uber. They could get a meal with Seamless. But when they needed a drink, their smartphones were useless. So Vaughn and two partners founded Saucey, a Los Angeles startup with an app that allows users to have alcohol brought to their door. The Los Angeles Times recently called it “the Uber of liquor delivery.”

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