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12th February 2020 Issue no. 494
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KeyMe expands to Chicago
KeyMe, the New York-based startup that's looking to revolutionize the $5B locksmith industry, expands to Chicago.
KeyMe manufactures do-it-yourself kiosks that allow customers to save-and-copy keys in less than 30 seconds. The key is then stored on the cloud so that, when it's lost, customers can easily access their account and print a copy from the kiosk, avoiding costly emergency locksmith visits.
"This expansion of KeyMe to Chicago demonstrates the enormous consumer demand for our kiosks. We are already copying tens of thousands of keys monthly, making us one of the largest key duplicators in the country," said Greg Marsh, CEO of KeyMe. "To date, we have saved our customers hundreds of thousands of dollars in lockout fees. With our new kiosks in the Chicago area, we will make it even easier to get a highly accurate copy of any key type."
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