Waitr Powered by ASAP adds flower delivery to services offered

Waitr Holdings Inc. (Nasdaq: WTRH) (“Waitr” or the “Company”) announced today that it has begun florist deliveries. This is the latest item the company will bring to you as it moves towards delivering “anything” to consumers, the same day, from any type of business.

The new florist service successfully debuted in Greenville, South Carolina, as part of the company’s integration with logistics software provider Burq. It’s one of the first apps from Waitr’s recent partnership with Burq, which enables deliveries from several new retail sectors, including apparel, fashion, luxury and sports.

“Customers who receive flowers or, indeed, any new item delivered can expect the same excellent level of service they have always had with us with restaurant orders,” said Carl Grimstad, President and CEO. by Waitr.

As part of its new “deliver anything” business model, Waitr will soon be rebranding and changing its name to ASAP.

“We are all excited to move to ASAP and deliver to more and more new outlets,” Grimstad continued. “A good example is the floral industry where retailers tell us they need additional delivery support. We are able to use our large driver base to meet the demands of our new partners and customers.

About Waitr Holdings Inc.

Founded in 2013 and based in Lafayette, Louisiana, Waitr operates an online ordering technology platform. It will soon be renamed ASAP as it transitions to a broader model of delivering everything including food, alcohol, clothing, flowers, auto parts, CBD products and more. . Its proprietary in-stadium delivery system now provides an enhanced experience for fans in sports and entertainment venues. Additionally, Waitr makes it easy to access third parties that provide payment processing solutions for restaurants and other merchants. Waitr, along with Bite Squad and Delivery Dudes, is a convenient way to discover, order, and receive a wide variety of on-demand products. As of March 31, 2022, they operate in approximately 1,000 cities across the United States.

Terisa K. Carn