Boy Scouts 2017 National JamboreePosted on Feb 20,2017
Swift Shopper to Provide Technology Solution for Boy Scouts of America’s 2017 National Jamboree
Swift Shopper has been selected to deploy the grocery shopping and payment solution at the Boy Scouts of America’s 2017 National Jamboree, marking the first year the BSA will be making technology integral to food operations at the event.
The event, which will be held July 19-28 at the Summit Bechtel Family National Scout Reserve in West Virginia, will host an estimated 40,000 visitors, Scouts, Explorers, Venturers, and volunteers for 10 days of adventure and fun.
This year, the jamboree’s six commissary tents will operate as grocery stores. Attendees will use the Swift Shopper Mobile App to plan their meals, share team shopping lists, scan items in the jamboree stores, and complete payments from the team accounts.
Swift Shopper was selected to help the jamboree better manage food choices and teach Scouts about planning and budgeting for their daily meal preparation. The Swift Shopper Mobile Platform is designed to work in retail grocery stores to enable users to share shopping lists, discover nearby deals, and skip the checkout lines.
“This is a great opportunity to teach scouts that they can share in the family meal planning process, learn budgeting and understand the effort to shop and prepare food. When scouts return home, they can continue using the app with their families to share shopping lists and plan meals,” said Naomi Wilson, CEO of Swift Shopper.
About Swift Shopper Inc.
Founded to make it faster and easier for busy families to shop for groceries and everyday household items. Families can share lists, learn about nearby deals and use the swift checkout features with participating retailers. Swift Shopper is revolutionizing the in-store grocery experience with a free mobile shopping platform that connects retailers and consumers saving everyone time and money.
Swift Shopper offers grocery retailers a complete in-store mobile shopping platform to enable shoppers to scan items as they shop, place items directly in their cart and then check out with their mobile phones. The platform is highly customizable and each retailer can customize both the in-store experience and the checkout process, allowing retailers to adopt mobile checkout technology at a pace that fits their needs.
The Swift Shopper app is free and available today in both the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. Families can use the app today to get organized, plan their weekly shopping lists and learn about local deals. Boy Scouts and volunteers attending the 2017 Jamboree will be issued access by their leaders so that they can start planning as a team.
To read more about Swift Shopper and the mobile shopping app changing how Boy Scouts and their families get organized please visit us at www.swiftshopper.com