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Chef Shuttle Forms Partnership with Chick-fil-A

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Chef Shuttle of Little Rock, the restaurant delivery service, announced Thursday that it has entered into an exclusive partnership with Chick-fil-A.

Chef Shuttle will begin offering Chick-fil-A delivery throughout central Arkansas, with both companies hoping to expand the relationship to multiple markets in the near future, the companies said Thursday.

“Chef Shuttle couldn’t be happier to announce our exclusive partnership with Chick-fil-A,” Ryan Herget, president and CEO of Chef Shuttle, said. “Today marks a historic day for our company, and it further solidifies our strong brand throughout the region. We look forward to eventually expanding this relationship across multiple Chef Shuttle markets in the south.”

Delivery will be immediately available to residents of Conway, Hot Springs, Little Rock, Maumelle, North Little Rock and Sherwood. Delivery will be available next week to Alexander, Benton, Bryant and Shannon Hills.

There will be a minimum food order of $15 and a $4.95 delivery fee.

“We are honored to partner with Chef Shuttle because of their excellence in food delivery and the service they provide to the community,” said Josh Burnette, owner and operator of a Chick-fil-A franchise in Little Rock. “I look forward to seeing this partnership grow throughout central Arkansas.”

According to Herget, Chef Shuttle partners with restaurants where they see the most demand from customers.

“We are in talks with the corporate side of a few national chains, but we cannot announce them until we have agreements in place,” Herget said. “Chef Shuttle continues to achieve success through our customer-first approach. We are approaching two years in business, and we are continuing to grow across the region.” 


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