VILLE PLATTE, La. –Louisiana based RoadRunnerApp.com has begun the process to enter into the mobile on-demand delivery market. They are currently in the software development stage and in the process of developing their mobile app service. They expect the app to be completed and operational by the middle of the year. RoadRunnerApp.com’s business model will be able to operate inside the carry-out food and grocery markets but will also tap into other corporate markets where delivery services would be advantageous to its customers. They will extend delivery to markets where customers have not seen delivery before.
RoadRunnerApp.com will begin by servicing Louisiana markets but has aspirations of rolling out its business model to neighboring states and beyond.
The company will offer an attractive compensation plan for its drivers and no fees will be charged to the businesses it partners with. “This is a different business model than what is already out there,” stated company president Brett McElwee. “I believe restaurant and grocery store owners will like what we are offering, especially in the rural markets were competitor services are not offered or very limited.” RoadRunnerApp.com will be implementing a driver compensation plan where the RoadRunner drivers share in the revenues of the company. McElwee ends by stating “Many of these mobile on-demand delivery services were originated on the west coast in California and we wanted to bring these types of delivery services to the rural smaller towns on this side of the US.”
RoadRunnerApp.com is a Louisiana based, on-demand delivery app business founded in January of 2019 by Brett McElwee. The company has plans to roll out their unique app based delivery service on a national level and is currently seeking strategic investors and or partners. RoadRunnerApp.com will operate inside and outside of the food and grocery delivery market; and also creating delivery services to other strategic markets and under serviced areas of the US.