Grubhub Vows To Help Restaurants During Coronavirus

I received an email this afternoon from the CEO of Grubhub. I'm sure you're receiving many emails from CEOs of companies of whom you do business. Matt Maloney said that with restaurant business down as much as 75%, Grubhub was not going to charge independent restaurants who do business with Grubhub at this time. He went on to say that they would match all promotions run by independent restaurants to make their investments twice as effective.

In addition. Grubhub has the Grubhub Community Relief Fund that will donate to drivers and restaurants impacted by the Coronavirus outbreak. It's very cool to see big corporations that have the funds step up and help the smaller businesses.

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