November 28, 2017 – Korbel California Champagne today announced its partnership with Dryver, the nation’s largest personal driver service for both individuals and businesses, to help everyone have a safe holiday season by offering 2,018 free designated drivers during the month of December.
As roads begin to fill with people shopping, visiting relatives, and celebrating the season, Korbel and Dryver are encouraging legal drinking age consumers to plan ahead and secure a safe ride home using a unique redemption code valid December 1-30, 2017. The promotion will be available across 77 cities nationwide.
“The holidays are a meaningful time for us at Korbel, as we know our sparklers take part in many special celebrations with friends and loved ones across the country during December,” said Gary Heck, Korbel owner and president. “But we want to make sure that friends of Korbel make their holiday a safe one, and take advantage of a free designated driver through our partners at Dryver.”
Dryver serves as a convenient alternative to black cars and limousines, taxis or ride-sharing services, providing fully-screened and fully-insured drivers with at least 10 years of driving experience.
To take advantage of the promotion, customers can go to www.dryver.com/free-dd to register and request their own unique promo code. The code will be valid December 1-30, 2017 and offer two hours of Dryver’s personal driver service, available for new legal drinking age customers, only. This offer is subject to availability and the terms and conditions of Dryver:https://www.dryver.com/.
Established in 1882 in Sonoma County’s Russian River Valley, Korbel Champagne Cellars produces the United States’ most popular méthode champenoise champagne. But the true measure of Korbel’s success during its 135 years can be seen in the impact it’s had on American consumers and its presence at various celebrations throughout the years. Owned and managed by the Heck family since 1954, Korbel currently makes eleven California champagnes and a limited amount of still wine. In a separate facility Korbel also produces one of the country’s most respected brandies.