Southern Comfort Will Deliver Caramel Comfort to You via Drone

‘SoCo 2 Go’ will send you a bottle of Caramel Comfort by way of a high-tech drone
Southern Comfort Will Deliver Caramel Comfort to You via Drone
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The city with the most entries will get to beta-test the delivery service.

On the heels of the launch of Caramel Comfort, Southern Comfort has announced a new delivery initiative that may make you queasy or curious, depending upon how you feel about the use of drones.

That’s right — first Amazon, and now Southern Comfort will use unmanned aerial vehicles, also known as drones, to deliver to “thirsty customers in select markets across the country.”

The delivery program, “SoCo 2 Go,” is still in beta testing, but that testing process could include you.

If you’re interested, Southern Comfort invites you (21 and older only, of course) to enter your zip code online.

Whichever city has the most entries will be the first to experience drone-based delivery.

A nationwide release of SoCo 2 Go will follow later in 2015.

By the way, NPR suggests that if drones make you nervous, think of them as flying donkeys.

Check out the video from Southern Comfort below:

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