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Online and mobile food ordering service expands into Knoxville



MADISON, WI – EatStreet, an online and mobile food ordering service with over 5,000 restaurants nationwide, has begun partnering with local restaurants in the Knoxville area. The service -- a favorite of college students, families, and working professionals alike -- makes online ordering simple and affordable for restaurants and their customers.

In Knoxville, Bella Roma Pizza, Niro’s Gyros, Seasons Innovative Bar & Grille, and nearly 20 other restaurants have already partnered with EatStreet. Each restaurant is listed on EatStreet’s online food court at Users of the website enter their address, browse menus of restaurants nearby, and place an order for delivery or takeout.

"EatStreet is excited to be building relationships with restaurants and diners in Knoxville," said EatStreet CEO Matt Howard. "Our goal is that once you try EatStreet, you’ll never order food any other way again."

EatStreet makes ordering delivery and takeout more affordable by offering exclusive discounts and giving out restaurant coupons as a reward for customer loyalty. Because EatStreet communicates seamlessly with its users via email and mobile, restaurants can use EatStreet as a marketing engine for their specials and promotions. EatStreet also offers restaurants custom websites optimized for mobile ordering and an ordering app for their Facebook page.

In addition to getting delicious food, users can feel good about making purchases from their favorite restaurants on EatStreet. Five percent of EatStreet’s profits are donated to charity via the company’s Give Back Program. Over the past four years, EatStreet has donated to over 100 non-profit organizations nationwide.

Having recently raised $6 million in Series B funding, EatStreet is engaged in an aggressive national expansion. Howard sees a lot of potential for further expansion in the Knoxville area.

Published April 26, 2014

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