Takl, an app that connects customers who need chores completed with self-employed Providers, announced that Kathie Lee Gifford of NBC’s ‘Today Show’ will be their new spokesperson, reports Nashville Business Journal.
Takl was founded in 2015 by Willis Johnson, Greg McCollum and Steve Cohan. Takl is an on-demand home services business with pre-priced and pre-defined chores. There are over 400 chores available for order through the platform, including popular options like house cleaning, lawn mowing, furniture assembly, handyman repairs, and junk hauling.
The app originally launched in Nashville, its hometown, in the summer of 2016 and is now available in 74 metro areas across 39 states. Takl’s headquarters are located in Cool Springs. Takl is powered by a group of developers, support teams members, operations specialists and growth marketers passionate about helping others quickly tackle chores. Learn more at takl.com.