- Pubs will re-open for customer collection and delivery
- A national initiative to save our beloved pubs
- Supported by Fever-Tree, Sipsmith, Tyrrell’s Crisps and Brakes
- Government support currently being discussed
pub2me.com is now live. A COVID-19 not for profit initiative, it will potentially connect thousands of pubs with millions of customers who wish to enjoy pub drinks and food at home.
Pubs throughout the UK are currently uploading their menus on to the Pub2Me website, ready for a national consumer launch next week.
They are currently discussing government support, celebrity support via social media and sponsorship from major companies. It has not been the best of times for pubs over the past few years, but this latest threat cannot be allowed to bring down such an essential and treasured part of our communities and social lives.
Spokesman for Pub2Me Chris Hyde comments ‘This initiative has come to life following a clear Government ‘Thumbs Up’ for pubs to operate a food and drinks delivery and collection service. Also the UK public has been very vocal about missing their beloved pubs. We all need some positive news, and this should be a real tonic for everyone’
A small number of pubs across the UK went live with Pub2Me earlier this week and are overjoyed with the response so far. The Elite Pubs Group were one of the first and spokesperson for the group Sian Timmermans comments ‘We have just re-opened six of our fabulous pubs specifically to service the needs of our loyal customers and communities, by offering a collection service featuring some of our most popular food and drink items at very reasonable prices. Pub2Me is an extremely exciting and positive initiative and we are so pleased to be part of it’
More news will follow. You may register for updates by sending an email to email@example.com
Not quite pubs as we remember but maybe a start?