Charleston firm starts bucket list networking site


CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP/WCIV) - A Charleston firm has started a new social networking site to help people check off their bucket list items.

The site, called Bucquistador, allows people to create lists of their life goals and contact others who have their own bucket lists. Users can search a database of people's bucket list items and see the top 100 trending items.

Another feature allows users to contribute money to support specific bucket list items allowing them to pay for things such as bulk ticket purchases and group vacations.

"Bucquistador's unique social community allows everyone the chance to support, help, and fund the life goals for all users," said TJ Schallot, Bucquistador's Founder and CEO.

The site is supported by targeted advertising.

The site is a member of the Charleston Digital Corridor which for the past dozen years has helped startup knowledge and computer-based businesses with incentives, training and finding employees.

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