|Posted on 11/23/2017 3:00:00 AM.|
The food delivery app Waitr will deliver over two-thousand hot Thanksgiving meals across Louisiana and five other states this week. Waitr’s Director of New Market Growth Whitney Savoie says customers donated money through their app to help needy families who couldn't afford a Thanksgiving dinner. Waitr also asked their restaurants to get involved.
|Waitr, free thanksgiving, needy families|
|Posted on 7/13/2017 5:13:00 AM.|
The Waitr app is making its debut in Monroe today. The food delivery service has become wildly popular in south Louisiana and other states after its 2015 launch in Lake Charles. Co-founder and Launch Director Addison Killebrew says after adding new markets like Baton Rouge, they’re thrilled to put another Waitr location on the map.
|Addison Killebrew, Waitr, Monroe, |
|Posted on 5/12/2017 11:06:00 AM.|
Waitr is growing its presence in Lafayette, as the fast growing food delivery app is opening its own permanent facility. Waitr CEO Chris Meaux says moving into their own facility will create new jobs in the Lafayette area.
|Chris Meaux, Waitr, Lafayette, Opportunity Machine|
|Posted on 4/13/2017 4:56:00 AM.|
The on-demand food delivery app, Waitr, recently added a web ordering option and restaurants are already benefiting. Chief Marketing Officer for Waitr, Sonny Mayugba, says they received feedback from consumers and restaurants urging the company to develop waitrapp.com. He expects more restaurants will bring their businesses to the company.
|Waitr, Sonny Mayugba, web ordering|
|Posted on 3/13/2017 5:17:00 AM.|
The Lake Charles founded food delivery platform Waitr is expanding thanks to a $10 million investment from an investor group led by Saints Quarterback Drew Brees. President and CEO Chris Meaux says Waitr is currently in 18 cities in four states, and this new funding will allow them to open 24 new markets this year.
|Chris Meaux, Waitr, Drew Brees, |
|Posted on 1/21/2016 4:45:00 AM.|
Michelle Southern reporting.
An app developed in Lake Charles that provides delivery from local restaurants to customers is starting to launch in new areas throughout the state. It’s called, “Waitr” (with no E), and for a $5 delivery fee, you can order what you want from participating restaurants who normally don’t bring food to your door.
|waitr, chris meaux, delivery|