Dickey’s Barbecue Pit Fires up Delivery Partnerships Nationwide
Published: 21 Aug 2017
(Dallas, TX) Dickey’s Barbecue Pit has partnered with more than 50 delivery services across the United States to ensure guests can enjoy Texas-style barbecue without leaving the comfort of their homes. Most Dickey’s Barbecue Pit franchises have partnered with vendors like GrubHub, DoorDash, UberEats, Postmates and Amazon, amongst many others. Through Dickey’s newly redesigned website, guests have the ability to easily place online orders for what is most convenient to them whether it be delivery through these partners or in-store pickup.
“Folks idea of convenience has evolved to mean on demand, making delivery a guest expectation for most restaurants. We are taking measures to ensure its success for our brand and franchises,” says Laura Rea Dickey, CEO of Dickey’s Barbecue Pit. “By offering third-party delivery through dickeys.com as well as our partner’s sites, we've extended our barbecue base. Third party delivery isn't revolutionary, but integrating it seamlessly into our business is unique.”
More than 20 new delivery vendors have been added since the beginning of 2017, with new partnerships being developed every week. Dickey’s website is the first stop for many guests across the country and with the new updates, it is even easier for guests to see the delivery options offered at their local Dickey’s store, view the menu, and place their order in a streamlined, user-friendly process.
“We pride ourselves on our ability to utilize technology to best serve our guests,” said Renee Roozen, President of Dickey’s Barbecue Restaurants, Inc. “Third party delivery vendors allow our owner/operators to continue to focus on Texas-style barbecue and keep delivery costs low, while providing our guests ease in order and delivery.”
To learn more about delivery for online ordering at the Dickey’s nearest you, click here.
About Dickey’s Barbecue Restaurants, Inc.
Dickey's Barbecue Restaurants, Inc., the nation's largest barbecue chain was founded in 1941 by Travis Dickey. Today, all meats are still slow smoked on-site in each restaurant. The Dallas-based family-run barbecue franchise offers several slow-smoked meats and home style sides with 'No B.S. (Bad Stuff)' included. The fast-casual concept has expanded to nearly 600 locations in 44 states. In 2016, Dickey's won first place on Fast Casual's "Top 100 Movers and Shakers" list and in 2017 again won a top 10 on the list. Dickey's Barbecue Pit has also been recognized by Entrepreneur Magazine, Franchise Times, and Nation's Restaurant News. For more information, visit www.dickeys.com.