Val Morgan Digital And TheFork Launch Thrillist Serves

Val Morgan Digital And TheFork Launch Thrillist Serves
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Val Morgan Digital has partnered with The Fork to launch Thrillist Serves, a digital support network for the hospitality industry.

It is hosted by Thrillist Australia, a food, travel, and drink brand aimed at Gen Z and Millennials. Thrillist is part of the wider Val Morgan Digital family and believes in celebrating local culture and challenging routine.

TheFork has a network of four thousand restaurants across Australia, catering for every taste, budget and occasion. Through the partnership, Thrillist Serves will act as a storefront for restaurants, bars and cafes around Australia.

Val Morgan Digital will create custom content to promote restaurants supported by The Fork. The platform will link users directly back to restaurants to book tables, and there will be a competition to give away $5,000 worth of restaurant experiences.

Ben Tyers, Editor of Thrillist Australia, said, “our foundations at Val Morgan Digital are about igniting important conversations across different mediums, platforms and screens. The Thrillist Serves initiative really speaks to that, as we put a spotlight on our local hospitality venues and the ways in which we can support them.”

TheFork Australia Country Manager, Gary Burrows, said, “we’re thrilled to be partnering with Thrillist Australia to launch Thrillist Serves. We’re committed to supporting the hospitality industry and doing everything we can to encourage Australians to dine out.”

“Our mission is to give diners the ability to discover great restaurants, at the best price, at the right time.”

TheFork users have access to discount offers, including up to fifty per cent off their food bill at hundreds of restaurants across Australia until 28th March.

 




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