BookBottles crashes Facebook


BookBottles BookBottles wants to make it easier for people to pour out a little liquor at their favorite swanky downtown nightclub.  In this vein, the Minneapolis startup recently topped off their SaaS platform with two new and notable social features:

1) Any Facebook fan page is now capable of installing the BookBottles app to offer visitors direct bottle service reservations via Facebook at nightclubs within the BookBottles network. “Already showing strength,” says CEO Adam Link, “We’re seeing traffic flow through and indications are other promotional groups will be quick to follow.”

2) An affiliate network model has been established, enabling partners  to embed a widget on their owns sites or  fan pages to receive a portion of revenue from business generated using the BookBottles technology.

“This is the first step towards creating an ecosystem where consumers can learn about bottle service, find a venue, then quickly and easily create a reservation — all without ever leaving the page they are on,” Link said summarizing the advancements.

BookBottles has been buzzing since it was uncorked two months ago, having initially found a thirsty local customer base and then receiving $40k grant to expand internationally.