Thursday, June 11, 2015

Chef Shuttle expands to Rogers

Posted By on Thu, Jun 11, 2015 at 9:53 AM

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Even though they continuously have trouble finding my house, I still love Chef Shuttle, the food delivery service that makes everything easier for a lazy man like me. Now, folks in Rogers can also find out what life is like when you don't even have to put on real pants to get delicious food from area restaurants delivered right to your door (or, in my case, delivered to the part of the street you stand on and flag down the driver). All joking aside, it's a really good service, especially for office lunches. Here's the press release:

ROGERS, Ark. (June 11, 2015) – Chef Shuttle, the popular restaurant delivery service, today announced it’s expanding its footprint with the launch of Chef Shuttle Northwest Arkansas. Starting Wednesday, June 17 at dinnertime, customers will be able to order their favorite food and have it delivered directly to their homes and offices.

“For months, we’ve received requests from customers and restaurants encouraging us to bring Chef Shuttle to northwest Arkansas. The wait is now over,” said Ryan Herget, president and CEO of Chef Shuttle. “We’re looking forward to offering northwest Arkansas the same convenient, affordable and customer-driven delivery service we’ve been able to provide in central Arkansas and Memphis.”

The new Chef Shuttle office, located at 5500 Pinnacle Point Drive in Rogers, will begin with deliveries to zip codes 72712, 72718, 72756 and 72758 in Rogers and Bentonville. Through its partnerships with local restaurants, Chef Shuttle Northwest Arkansas will be able to provide its customers with the same menu as restaurants’ dine-in customers.

To order, customers simply need to visit chefshuttle.com, chose their delivery date and time, select their meal and check out with their credit or debit card. There will be a minimum required food order of $15 and a $4.95 delivery fee. Orders will be transported in insulated bags to keep the food fresh.

Chef Shuttle Northwest Arkansas’s restaurant partners will be announced early next week.


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