Postmates, an on-demand, nearly anything goes delivery service, is coming to San Diego tomorrow. The app allows San Diegans to order in from any store or restaurant for delivery in under an hour. This means Lucha Libre on-demand, Donut Bar delivered in minutes, groceries from Trader Joe's at the touch of a button, you get the idea. With the launch comes delivering of free burritos on Friday, Sept. 12, as a special celebratory offer to kick things off in America's Finest City. A California burrito. For free. Delivered to your door. Sold.
Postmates, which promotes itself as "the 'Uber' for stuff," unlocks the inventory of a city by connecting customers with a dedicated fleet of couriers to deliver almost anything, currently doing over 20,000 deliveries a week in 14 markets across the U.S. The app allows customers to get items - from takeout and groceries to retail items and even prescriptions - delivered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The initial delivery zone for SD covers Downtown, Point Loma, Pacific Beach, North Park, Hillcrest, La Jolla and Mission Valley.
Postmates is also available in the San Francisco Bay Area, Seattle, New York City, Washington D.C., Chicago, Los Angeles, Austin, Boston and Philadelphia. To date, the service has driven over $20 million in revenue to local businesses across the country and has a fleet of over 4,000 local couriers.
For more information on Postmates, visit postmates.com, and be sure to get that free burrito, you know we will.