Thursday, May 16, 2013

Growing Chicago Food Service "Fetch" Preparing to Hire Delivery People

May 16, 2016 - How can hungry Chicagoans on the city's north side want Big Macs, Whoppers, Sliders or Supreme Burritos delivered to them?

They can call "Fetch Foods," a new delivery service in the Windy City. They've been operating since mid-April, but are already seeing a steady stream of orders. Fetch tells us that they will soon need more delivery people with cars, scooters and bikes.

Fetch picks up from McDonald's, Wendy's, Taco Bell, Five Guys, White Castle and Five Guys, then deliver it quickly to a customer's home or office. With warmer weather, they are also delivering to beaches along the Chicago lakefront.

Unlike most food delivery services, Fetch does not work for any restaurant. "We work for the customer," a Fetch spokesman tell Chicago News Bench. Fetch delivers the fast food that, until now, was not being delivered at all: Grub from those big chain fast food restaurants that don't traditionally deliver. Ordering is easily done via the Fetch website, and people can follow updates at the Fetch Facebook page.

Fetch wants to hear from people who are interested in doing delivery work. If you would like to get on their list of folks looking for delivery work, contact them here. They are not actually hiring at this time, they "expect a big increase" in demand "very soon," and want to have a roster of eager people ready to go quickly. Fetch serves the following Chicago zip codes: 60613, 60614, 60618, 60622, 60625, 60626, 60640, 60645, 60647, 60657, 60659, 60660.

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