DoorDash, a technology company facilitating delivery and pickup from places like restaurants and grocery stores, confirmed to the Bulletin that it plans to expand its service to Bandera this coming fall.
“DoorDash is looking forward to serving Bandera come the fall, furthering our mission of growing and empowering local economies and making our services as accessible as possible to customers across the country,” a DoorDash spokesperson told the Bulletin in a statement.
“We look forward to providing merchants with access to the online convenience economy to grow their businesses, connecting customers with their favorite local and national stores, and providing meaningful earning opportunities for Dashers,” the statement concluded.
Founded in 2013 by Tony Xu, Staley Tang and Andy Fang, DoorDash currently operates in all 50 states, Canada, Australia and Japan, reaching more than 4,000 cities globally and 85 percent of the U.S. population.
DoorDash delivers through independent contractors and works with providers through Storefront, it’s commission-free online ordering product that is free to use with the exception of payment processing fees.
According to DoorDash’s 2019 Impact Report, 75 percent of restaurants felt DoorDash allowed them to reach new customers, and 69 percent said they acquired new customers through the platform.
Merchants and businesses interested in selling through Door-Dash are encouraged to visit get.doordash.com/en-us.
Individuals interested in working with DoorDash as an independent contractor should visit www.doordash.com/dasher/signup/.