Restaurant Owners Weigh In on the Future of Food Delivery
The coronavirus pandemic ravaged most businesses, but one small sector experienced incredible growth—food delivery service providers. Apps like Uber Eats, Postmates, Seamless, DoorDash and others have become essential services in a socially distanced world. As restaurants slowly creep back to operation, will delivery become a permanent model of their business?
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Business Casual hosts Daniel Litwin and Tyler Kern dive into the restaurant community and ask small-business owners their thoughts on the future of food delivery. Bob Vreeland, operator of Godfather’s Pizza in Cheyenne, Wyoming, and Tyler Hollinger, CEO & Founder, Highlife Productions answer: Are Uber Eats and Postmates a permanent profitable solution for restaurants as they keep doorstep delivery a long-term offering?
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