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Chamber launches That's Deer Park app

Written by Bobby Vasquez. Posted in News

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At Thursday’s Deer Park Chamber of Commerce Luncheon, the chamber unveiled the That’s Deer Park app, a one-stop spot for all things Deer Park. The free app is available now in both the iTunes Store and the Google Play store for smartphones.

From events in the city to deals and sales at local businesses, the Deer Park Chamber of Commerce has released a one-stop spot for all things Deer Park in the new That’s Deer Park app.

The free app is available for download via the iTunes Store and the Google Play store.

Tim Culp, Chamber president and CEO said the app is meant to be a resource for the Deer Park community and visitors to the city.

“It’s a multifaceted application that we think everyone will find useful,” he said. “As a Chamber, we want it to be a great marketing tool for businesses. For our community, we want the That’s Deer Park app to be a resource they can use for news, events and merchants offering deals and sales on merchandise, food and services.”

InsideDP has partnered with the Deer Park Chamber of Commerce to provide news content for the That’s Deer Park app.

“I think the local news and alerts portion of the That’s Deer Park app will be a great benefit,” Culp said. “If people have the app, they have a concise location that covers the entire Deer Park community. They can click and access InsideDP’s school, news, sports and events information without having to search for it.”

For visitors to the city, the app will provide information on the city’s hotels, restaurants and shops.

“That information will be available for local users as well,” Culp said. “The app is meant to help promote businesses to our community members as well as visitors.”

Among the facets for the app is a GPS-driven feature that alerts users if a store or restaurant they are near has a discount or special offer on food, products or services.

Other features will be rolled out as the app evolves, Culp said.