DeliverThat Expansion Phase 1
What a year it has been for the team at DeliverThat, taking more deliveries than ever while expanding nationwide. January of 2018, DeliverThat set out to to establish a set of goals that would take the company across the United States.
Focusing on cities that have the highest volume per restaurant , the locations that were first on the list were Baltimore, Denver, Philadelphia, and Phoenix. Strategically selected based on geographical location as well as order volume, the team booked their flights and began the journey to their selected location.
CEO, Aaron Hoffman and President, John Zinno were on their way to the desert of Arizona.
Chief Business Development Officer, Darien Terrell and Director of Marketing & Media, Jim Dehnke set their course to the mountains of Denver. CSO, Alessandro Migliuolo and summer intern Logan Armstrong headed to the city of brotherly love, Philadelphia. Washington D.C Territory Manager, Will Keel along side of a new hire to handle the new territory, Baltimore.
Phoenix, the capitol of Arizona is the fifth most populous city in the U.S. Home to about 1.7 million citizens, a must have location for DeliverThat, look for big things to come from the "Valley of the Sun"
Denver, "The Mile High City" has been the fastest growing city in the U.S. since the 2010 census. Surrounded by 7 major sub cities with a median income over $70,000, this territory will surely be having meals delivered.
Baltimore, Maryland located 40 miles northeast of Washington D.C. combined gived these two cities a population just under 10 million. Baltimore has been dubbed a "city of neighborhoods", home to hundreds of identified districts.
"The City of Brotherly Love" Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is home to an estimated population of 1.5 million residents. The 6th most populous city int eh U.S. Philadelphia is
a stale city for the East coast.