Deliveroo will create 50 jobs in Southport – year one
Deliveroo, the on-demand delivery service for high-quality restaurant meals, is today launching in Southport.
Over the course of the first year, more than 50 jobs will be created for local people in Southport, with the majority of these being Deliveroo riders that aim to deliver your food, which will be cooked fresh to order and delivered to your door within 32 minutes.
More than 10 restaurants have signed up to the service so far, meaning the hungry residents of Southport can now get their favourite food from their most loved restaurants including Chez Moi, The Bar & Burger Co, PizzaExpress and Prezzo.
Caroline Hazlehurst, General Manager at Deliveroo, said: “We’re extremely excited to be launching in Southport and we’re looking forward to bringing some of the town’s delicious dishes straight from the hands of local chefs to customers’ doors.
“Southport is a multicultural and prosperous area with a diverse range of restaurants and we have seen a real appetite for the service.
“We already have a number of great partners across the town and we are excited to expand and widen the variety of restaurants on offer to our customers in Southport over the course of the next year.”
Deliveroo is focused on providing the ultimate food delivery experience. Customers have the option to schedule orders via the Deliveroo app up to one day in advance or receive food as soon as possible between 12 noon and 11pm, from a variety of leading local, independent and high-quality chain restaurants, conveniently delivered to their homes and offices.
To download the Deliveroo app visit the app store on an iPhone or Android device.
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