BringMeThat is officially live in Pennsylvania! We’re now offering online food delivery from 2,000 restaurants in hundreds of cities across the Keystone State. By simply entering their address, hungry users from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh to Altoona can browse restaurants near them and place delivery orders entirely online.
For a long time, ordering delivery has been a sloppy process. Customers have had to hunt one-by-one for restaurants, hope they could find menus and prices somewhere and then go through the tedious process of placing the order via phone. With online food delivery, restaurant data is aggregated and easily searchable. Users can see menus, prices, order minimums and delivery fees. Instead of calling, customers can place orders through a quick and simple online checkout system. At BringMeThat, customer service representatives are on-call to handle any concerns.
While some national companies offer this type of service in big cities like Philadelphia, they generally do not cover small-and-medium sized cities. In addition to serving large metros, BringMeThat aims to support small, local restaurants in underserved areas by driving orders from the Web.
BringMeThat, which debuted in Ohio at the beginning of the year, has just completed a Spring session at the Triangle Startup Factory in Durham, North Carolina — the leading startup incubator in the Southeast. With the expansion into PA, BringMeThat is now active in four states (OH, NC, PA and NJ) and offers delivery from 7,500 restaurants.
Looking forward, BringMeThat will be expanding its service to the entire East Coast en route to becoming national.
For more information, contact BringMeThat at firstname.lastname@example.org.