Coffee lovers around the country can soon get caffeine bumps to arrive at the door thanks to Starbucks and Uber Eats.
Companies announced their extended collaboration in a news release on Tuesday, saying that people will be able to use Starbucks Delivers program nationally at the beginning of 2020, with Uber Eats being "the preferred provider."
Developments occurred after a successful rollout in 11 markets, it says in the press release. Included among the companies' overall efforts will be a concentration on "a fast delivery-to-door delivery window."
"Our customers are huge Starbucks fans and love being able to get their favorite articles delivered with Uber Eats speed," said Jason Droege, vice president of UberEverything. happy to expand our partnership across the US to make the ordering of their favorite coffee and breakfast sandwich as easy as asking for a tour. "
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The partnership also allows the coffee chain in Seattle "take another step towards bringing Starbucks to customers wherever they are," said Roz Brewer, CEO and CEO of Starbucks.