IndiCard Gives Hospitality Employees Hookups in Chicago, Denver and Las Vegas

DENVER - IndiCard, an exclusive membership program for service industry employees, has released its first user report since launching in October 2014.

“In one year we have signed up more than 13,000 users in our three markets,” said Myles Bailey, co-founder of IndiCard. “We expect to reach 15,000 by the end of this year.”

IndiCard has already grown a presence in Denver, where it is headquartered, and Chicago. Earlier this year the company expanded to Las Vegas and surpassed its 10,000th download. Over the course of the next year the company plans to launch in more cities across the country.

To become a member, one must provide contact information for their place of employment. Employment is then verified with a call from the IndiCard team. Once approved a member then has access to the more than 500 IndiCard venues in Chicago, Denver and Las Vegas.

The app uses geolocation to find participating establishments that are close by. Members present their digital IndiCard at the location, entitling them to the specific industry hookup. On average a user is saving $11.67 per transaction.

"We've seen great success being part of IndiCard here in Vegas as it drives traffic on our slower days and times,” said Alexis Smith, marketing manager at Corner Bar Management. “We love to show industry that all Corner Bar Management locations are industry friendly. Additionally, its a great benefit to give to our staff and they really enjoy the hookups around town."

Venues interested in participating in the program can apply at

About IndiCard

IndiCard is an exclusive membership program for service industry employees. There are hundreds of hookups available to IndiCard members, including salons, gyms, restaurants, bars, breweries and more. For more information, visit


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