FanFood, an online and mobile ordering company for local businesses such as restaurants and breweries, announces a relief package of up to $5,000 per business and a free trial of 60 days in response to COVID-19.
This package is designed to support local businesses that are trying to stay open during the pandemic, including restaurants, bars, cafes, breweries and more. Each participating business will receive up to $5,000 from FanFood to incentivize customers to place orders. In addition, they can use FanFood for free for 60 days, and keep 100% of all revenue and tips. FanFood will also donate a percentage of the convenience fee back to the business.
“The effect this pandemic has on local businesses is devastating, especially for restaurants where dine-in is no longer an option,” says Carson Goodale, CEO and co-founder of FanFood. “We have to step up and help each other out to get through this difficult time as a community.”
To be eligible for the relief aid, businesses can sign up for FanFood’s free mobile ordering platform to offer curbside pickup and no-contact delivery. They only need to pay $99 per month to continue using FanFood after the trial, and cancellation before the end of the trial will not incur any penalty fee.
FanFood will also support marketing efforts for participating restaurants in areas such as design, content creation and social media strategy. The relief initiative will last for as long as normal business operations are affected.
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