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Car Air Fresheners, Funky Design 4 Pack

Funky feet car air fresheners – 4 pack. This fantastic product is perfect for keeping car interiors smelling fresh and clean and would be ideal for use at home or for use at professional car washes and car valets. How to use: •Remove funky feet from backing card •Cut the top off the plastic (ensuring the rest of the plastic remains wrapped around the feet) and hang from a convenient place in the car, without obstructing your view •Every few days (or when scent is longer evident) reveal more of the freshener from the plastic to allow more of the fragrance to circulate Each individual pack contains 4 pieces in fragrances: Vanilla, Ocean, Apple and Berry. This product would be perfect for sale in garages, car workshops, convenience stores, market stalls and discount shops.

Instacart is teaming with Postmates for delivery support in San Fransisco

Instacart is teaming up with Postmates to deliver groceries during its busiest hours, reports TechCrunch.

The pilot program, which delivers groceries during the late morning and early afternoon, will launch in San Fransisco, with no immediate plans to expand them into other cities. Instacart reportedly says it’s “considering” bringing the program further to possibly include other delivery services in the launch.

This is in line with Postmates’ recent steps toward expanding its delivery fleets, following a recent partnership with Walmart to extend grocery-delivering services for stores in Charlotte, North Carolina. For Postmates, this could be a way to supplement local businesses that can’t afford to hire more delivery people.

“We definitely see this as a bigger part of Postmates’ future,” Postmates SVP Dan Mosher told TechCrunch. “Most brands are moving toward a world where they want to provide quick convenient delivery but they don’t have the capabilities.

As we scale, we have the delivery density to drive economics in a really cost-effective way, not only to restaurants and retailers but to other on-demand services as well.”

Instacart is teaming with Postmates for delivery support in San Fransisco

Instacart is teaming up with Postmates to deliver groceries during its busiest hours, reports TechCrunch.

The pilot program, which delivers groceries during the late morning and early afternoon, will launch in San Fransisco, with no immediate plans to expand them into other cities. Instacart reportedly says it’s “considering” bringing the program further to possibly include other delivery services in the launch.

This is in line with Postmates’ recent steps toward expanding its delivery fleets, following a recent partnership with Walmart to extend grocery-delivering services for stores in Charlotte, North Carolina. For Postmates, this could be a way to supplement local businesses that can’t afford to hire more delivery people.

“We definitely see this as a bigger part of Postmates’ future,” Postmates SVP Dan Mosher told TechCrunch. “Most brands are moving toward a world where they want to provide quick convenient delivery but they don’t have the capabilities.

As we scale, we have the delivery density to drive economics in a really cost-effective way, not only to restaurants and retailers but to other on-demand services as well.”

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