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-- volunteers for their hard work.
Through a mobile app.
Which is which is a unique perspective that it -- it rewards volunteers hard work with discounts.
Who doesn't love a discount or other deals a local businesses it's foursquare for help tourism.
Volunteers love getting discounts at local shops and the owners.
Of those shops love the image -- that they get from partnering with good causes -- really there's no reason why you shouldn't have this app on your phone joining me now good and Dylan music co-founder of closet.
It's cause dot it's.
And you bloods is that co-founder as well am -- getting your last name cracked -- Andrew.
-- -- just first go do you go get them what why did you start cause and is it cause dockets is that what it's called.
We've we've all economy.
I thought and it's cause with a period not a dot whenever we see -- period after one where he was adamant that web site.
Because we're just so technologically.
Advanced these days -- right so causing.
It is an amazingly different -- when it comes to doing good -- actually getting.
Rewards back in more than one way one and she explained why you started that's.
Yeah and you're went to get -- separate altitudes like we haven't said that all of -- -- -- that and called him.
There's a lot of our country you -- -- -- volunteer -- you go out do you act in the community to be you know eight is just being.
And they were really cool place really easy places for -- to go all the opportunities and you know that they finally beat all of this is really I've had.
Start to grow and you -- really does not it's given priority young young people so.
-- and everybody got a mobile phone abuse is -- -- approached it which is the last good product people -- -- And you know you -- apply a little bit by awarding points are completely volunteer opportunities and and so that's going ships that are not on.
You know we wanted to get long -- -- about the real world impact and I was getting the business is -- a man.
And then offer discounts and Brooke and create did generate -- months ago.
Some frustration just that I think Bob the opportunity student you're screwed.
So -- you ask you what have you guys done so far.
Usually focused on the development.
-- you know they act and our applications together and -- its launch -- in Indianapolis.
And we've had.
Pretty good result.
You know we've had about 3300 uses a hundred businesses and and 130.
About the so it.
So -- I think it was -- so our initial application requirements.
Accusing -- direction working on -- new version right it's got enough.
That initially saw -- making it better.
And -- -- -- response been so far.
-- -- -- -- -- -- Whether have a nonprofit -- is sort of you know and a volunteer it's really great non profit is being.
Then -- little to get new long period of years or it doesn't I'll make money doing it right now and it.
You know because it is a great way for -- to show that I'm being -- impact compact -- my community.
You know and Bob Bennett and it's been transparency and that's what everybody -- and you know today.
Into the consumer market that is what my collar game getting here -- -- dollar and I think that.
And what are you hoping cause it.
Does from here -- expecting it to have.
I don't know what we knew -- can't become that school and we think about doing something good here you're out about this already -- -- -- -- -- lead actor.
You immediately jumped to a they're looking for -- you can -- Karl -- whether it's you know you've got a couple of our fingers.
In this day how to make your community that -- -- -- that school that everybody got at least -- to build community and help help.
Okay so -- just explain to us at you you you download the app.
-- and then it didn't much like foursquare you can use it to get discounts and so forth.
By doing -- Basically -- -- who -- discovered causes your community.
Right now we have we have three.
Reaction -- -- actually choose where.
I have no idea than I can find volunteer opportunities surrounding you participate in.
-- go -- Which kind of -- the billions of the nonprofit.
I'm going out to dinner 1 evening I have -- go -- I can see that him stay in shape for example -- -- everything I could stay in shape to check in.
They appreciate it and done it one dollar to a cause that they -- Certain people reacted that way.
And then redeem part is when I do my if you thought it was just volunteering at a place I get points -- that actually.
Then she does what I can -- two.
-- didn't officers who won't call it get country during 20% off dinner.
Something longer -- That is so cool and now I just gotta know you guys are friends before all of us right to different to get a deal with.
Bringing this it together I mean -- both of you just have a knack for volunteering I mean how -- -- come about and and had -- love to play a role.
I'm not so I would leave I think -- met in I think you're right it was a good article together and we've always been democratic and technology and and what outlook telecommute what is it.
I I I think this is something that we both realized.
We we started other small company reported that really didn't get anywhere and we still has plenty you know what what can we make -- -- somewhere.
And -- and opportunity every go.
Television -- immediately hit it.
It's kind of how it started so I got big credit they played pretty at all.
And Andrew what what what it what are your hopes for the future.
Well -- just as -- the idea income just we had difficulty in.
I don't -- -- either requirement.
A lot of people need to do it objectivity.
And he's certainly.
Geez I really wanted to be be discovery -- to find cause that could impact whatever community experience.
And but at the end game that there -- Well that is a great goal to have thank you very much and especially coming from two young people like yourself I really appreciate it.
And I hope that your onto her doorstep heads and to great places and you guys that much success.
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