AVON, Ohio - The Lake Erie Crushers introduced an exciting new phone app called "Snag Mobile" at their baseball game Saturday night.
The app allows stadium attendees to order concession food from their smartphone without having to leave their seat or wait in long lines.
The food is then either delivered to their seat or picked up from an express window.
“You go through the menu and you can get to each of the categories. You can get to the condiments after you’re ready to go, you can tell them if you want to pick it up or if you want to have it delivered to you, pay with cash or credit card and then you’re ready to go,” said Jim Connell, the chief technology officer for the app in a news release.
The app can be downloaded on any smartphone.
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