Personalized greeting cards now available at drive-through grocery stores

E-commerce greeting card company Card Isle has announced a new partnership with a drive-thru grocery startup called Opie Grocery Stations in Mount Pleasant, SC. Physical vows to their drive-up-to-go grocery order.

The latest service reflects what today’s consumers expect from their grocery stores and suppliers, company officials said.

“We are thrilled to add Opie, a drive-thru grocery store, to our stable of customers. the The Opie/Card Isle partnership is the perfect mix – two tech, disruptive and transform their industries,” remarked Adam Donato, CEO of Card Isle.

Tyler Sones, co-founder of Opie, agreed that the combination of a personal physical product and fast, convenient service meets multiple needs in a fast-paced environment. “We often need a greeting card urgently, on the way to a birthday or late to a party. We are delighted to partner with Card Isle to offer customers the convenience of personalized greeting cards in minutes,” said Sones. Currently, customers can opt out and order from over 5,000 items offered at Opie gas stations that are open 24/7.

According to Donato, Card Isle hopes to expand this offering with more grocers.

Mika R. Pyle