Zippity, a Boston, MA-based workplace car care company, secured an additional $3M in seed funding.
The round was led by Schooner Capital, which joins BP Ventures and LaunchPad Ventures.
The company intends to use the funds to continue to expand operations and its business reach.
Launched in 2017 and led by Chief Executive Officer Edward Warren, Zippity partners with companies at no cost to offer employees onsite car maintenance services. Once a company signs up, employees can book and manage their services.
The company has formed partnerships with companies across New England and Texas to provide over 70,000 employees access to repair, diagnostic, and detailing services at their workplace.
Maintenance services are performed inside self-contained service vehicles which allow Zippity to service vehicles year-round in all weather conditions without any impact on client sites.
Service vehicles are outfitted to perform comprehensive mechanical and detailing services, including: brake and wheel work, oil changes, full tire services, battery replacements, filter and fluids replacements, diagnostic services, interior and exterior detailing, and more.