Bob McNulty Shares How Trip Delivers Saves Restaurants Thousands While Giving Drivers A Serious Pay Rise

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Neil Howe 
Well, it’s definitely a very exciting time for trip delivers just open the Nashville market. And you know, I hope Atlanta is going to be one of the next markets. So hopefully we did something to make that happen.

Bob McNulty  
It’s on radar. Actually, we have a meeting on that later this week. We’ve been talking about a lot internally, we have a couple of referral partners already working in that market. I think they’ve got 15 or 16 restaurants already signed up in Atlanta. So we just got to power in that people and go after it and light it up.

Neil Howe  
Excellent. Well, if restauranteurs want to find out about how they can sign up, how do they do that?

Bob McNulty  
They can go to our website, tripdelivers.com. And then we have two websites. One is the regular website for the referral partners, which is trip delivers.com. And then we have also the restaurant site where the restaurants are on. And that’s my delivery. Mytripdelivers.com. And that’s where you’ll find the restaurants and all the other stuff that we’re doing. But yeah, they go to the App Store and download the consumer.

Neil Howe  
Okay, and for the drivers and consumers. Is that just the same thing, go to the App Store and download the app.

Bob McNulty 
Yeah, yeah. So we have a driver app, which is separate of the consumer app. And it just says driver on it. And then you download that. And then it literally takes somebody about five minutes to fill out the information. We still do a background check, even though it’s free delivery. But it takes maybe you know, you have to put your driver’s license insurance card and things like that. And then we use some pretty sophisticated technology on background search so we can get you in and out. Probably takes four or five minutes to load your stuff in. Probably takes another two or three minutes to get back to you from the background check. That’s how quick it is.

Neil Howe 
Excellent. Well, I’ll leave links in the show notes here as well. And to where people can go and get signed up and started using trip delivers. There’s obvious benefit to the restaurants to the drivers and of course to the consumers as well. Well Bob, this has been excellent, great information. I’m glad you’re putting yourself in a position where you’re really helping people on the restaurant side because they’ve experienced so many problems so many shutdowns during COVID and they need something positive to help them bounce back. But you know, for the driver side and the consumers as well, it’s helping them to.

Bob McNulty 
Well, we have that little motto going places doing good. So that’s, that’s what we’d like to look to do with our customers, whether it’s the driver’s restauranteur or the consumer.

Neil Howe  
Any final words you’d like to share with the audience before you go might not be?

Bob McNulty 
No, I just I would just encourage them when they hear about Trip Delivers in their market to give us a fair shot and take a look at it. We’ll save some money, and hopefully, they’ll have a great experience. And I appreciate you asking us now that we’re brothers, you know, from the homeland.

Neil Howe 
Got that Scottish heritage. Yeah. Great stuff, Bob. Well, thank you very much, Bob. McNulty, the CEO of trip technologies. Thanks for sharing your message on The Trust Factor Radio today.

Bob McNulty  
Hey, thanks, Neil. And when I’m down to Atlanta, I’ll look you up. Grab a cup of coffee.

Neil Howe 
Definitely. And to our listening audience if you like what you hear that like button share, and we’ll see you next time on the show.

Bob McNulty 
Hey, thanks a lot, Neil.

Check out the video of the interview with Trip Delivers CEO Bob McNulty here

 

 

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