A Very Happy 2nd Birthday to GotChew!
What a time it has been! Two years ago 3 good friends had an idea to bring online food delivery to New Bedford. Two years, 70 partners, 60 drivers, and 44,000 orders later, that idea has came to fruition and passed all expectations! First we have to give thanks, we wouldn’t be where we are if it weren’t for our amazing network of support. We would like to thank our customers, our drivers, EforAll SouthCoast and our restaurants! The love we have received from everyone is exactly why we wanted to base ourselves in New Bedford, because you guys are awesome! Thank you all!
We’ve grown from 10 orders per week to over 1,300! We have done so working closely with family owned restaurants in New Bedford and Fall River. Our focus on working with small and local businesses has been pioneered with our devotion to the SouthCoast. We love New Bedford and Fall River, we also love the food! We believe these businesses should be able to make the most of 21st century technology without the stress and overhead that comes with developing their own apps. More so, we believe everyone should be able to experience the unique and excellent gastronomy of the SouthCoast, even if they cannot make it to the restaurant physically. We pride ourselves in the opportunity to bring the elderly and handicapped their favorite foods to the comfort of their homes! We are proud sponsors of Whaling City Youth Baseball and cannot wait to contribute further to the community.
We are thrilled with our progress so far, and even more excited for what the future holds! With our recent expansion into Fall River, the wind is at our backs. Just this week we announced our movement into convenience store delivery to diversify our services. We started with three restaurants, now we have everyone’s favorites, two convenience stores, and a fisherman’s market. Our new artificial intelligence program will allow us to scale to handle all the orders ya’ll want to give us! Big things to come!
Cheers for two amazing years, and cheers for many more to come, we love you SouthCoast!
By Dan Moriarty