Rashid, left, and Marcel pose for a photo. (Photo courtesy of Marcel Othman)
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Beirutis who love their booze will soon be in for a treat.Woozy, a mobile app available both on Android and iOS, will soon be launched in Lebanon.For $10, users will get a free drink daily at one of the listed bars.The clients are, of course, happy to get a free drink, but what about the venues?Co-founder Marcel Manasra says the app is a win-win for all.The clients Woozy brings to the bar are also beneficial for the venue, they say.After their initial suspicion, those venues joined Woozy, he adds.The app also features a system of ranking users according to their consumption.
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