COLUMBUS, Ohio, Nov. 26, 2016 /CNW/ - Foodee, a corporate meal delivery service that allows companies to order food from top local restaurants, is launching in downtown Columbus on November 29th, handing out 100 complimentary lunches from 11am - 2pm with the help of five local food trucks including Paddy Wagon, Explorers Club, Cazuelas Mexican Grill, Pitabilities, Ninja Bowl and The Cluckwagon.
The Vancouver-based startup, who has partnered with a variety of well known local restaurants and food trucks, is celebrating their arrival to Columbus by giving the business community a sample of some of the items available for order via the Foodee platform. The food trucks will be located around in downtown Columbus. Participants sign up here and Foodee will give you a secret code to claim your free lunch. "Along with some of America's leading corporations, Columbus offers a rich restaurant scene where our delivery platform thrives," says Ryan Spong, CEO of Foodee. "We look forward to serving up some of the best meals Columbus has to offer into the boardrooms of top local companies. In partnering with certain COFTA members, we wanted to showcase the diverse and unique menus that will be offered to businesses for their meetings and work events." Foodee, which is now established in eight American cities, sets itself apart from consumer-focused services like Postmates, BiteSquad and Skip the Dishes, by catering exclusively to corporate clients. Tailoring their service to corporate needs, by offering the services of local food experts and only partnering with higher quality local restaurants that typically do not offer delivery, Foodee elevates all aspects of the corporate dining experience. The tech-enabled platform ensures team dining is on-time, accurate, and top-quality.