Hungry Courtenay? SkipTheDishes now delivers

SkipTheDishes, Canada’s largest food delivery company, landed in Courtenay and is now serving. Courtenay residents can order delivery from seven restaurants including popular favourites A&W, Ricky’s, Freshslice Pizza, and Delicados.

This is the first food delivery app of its kind available in Courtenay.

“We’re excited to celebrate the addition of Courtenay to our growing Canadian network,” said Kendall Bishop, director of marketing for SkipTheDishes. “With more choices and easy delivery, Skip provides customers in Courtenay the freedom to explore different cuisines, discover new restaurants and free up time for what’s most important to them.”

Skip’s innovative technology enables a simple, transparent, and efficient delivery experience for customers. By visiting the website, or by using Skip’s app for iOS or Android, customers receive real-time updates and can see live GPS tracking of their orders.

Skip now has more than 12,000 restaurant partners in over 100 cities, with new cities launching weekly. Restaurant partners on the Skip network gain opportunities to reach and serve more customers and also receive a range of creative marketing tools and supports to maximize their success.

As the company continuously launches into new markets and adds more and more restaurants, opportunities for couriers also expand to meet customer demand. Couriers can earn additional income in their free time while enjoying flexible scheduling and weekly pay as independent contractors.

To sign up for SkipTheDishes, or to find out how to become a restaurant partner or independent courier, visit www.skipthedishes.com.

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