Waitr expands footprint in Alabama


Popular food delivery service looking for 100 additional workers

Contributed by Waitr

Waitr has made its way back to Auburn and Opelika with two months of free delivery. Not only is the app looking to save you money, but maybe a chance to earn some extra cash as well. Waitr is looking to hire 100 new contract drivers for the area.

The popular food delivery app announced today it is once again delivering from Auburn and Opelika restaurants right to your door – even giving its customers a no-contact delivery option. Waitr kicks off its return with unlimited free delivery for the next two months – any time you use the app through March 21, you can get your food delivered free by using the promo code “AUBURN” at checkout.

In addition, Waitr announced today it is looking to for an additional 100 workers in the area. Once activated, drivers will be able to start immediately. Requirements for applicants include a valid driver’s license, proof of auto insurance and a smart phone. You must also be 18 years or older to be eligible. Those interested can apply at www.waitrapp.com.

Chris Barnes, head of Driver Operations, says flexible schedules are available for drivers and earnings could be considerable. “One local manager told me a driver made over $9,500 last month alone,” he said.

The Waitr app is simple to use. After creating an account, you choose a restaurant, browse the fully customizable menu, select your items, and tap to submit the order with a credit card. The app can also be used for carryout orders. In addition, ordering is also available online at www.waitrapp.com.

Waitr is an online food-ordering platform, providing delivery, carryout and dine-in options. Waitr, along with Bite Squad, connects local restaurants and grocery stores to diners in underserved U.S. markets. Together they are a convenient way to discover, order and receive great food from local restaurants, national chains and grocery stores. As of Sept. 30, 2020, Waitr and Bite Squad operated in small and medium-sized markets in the United States in over 700 cities.


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