Kwik Trip Expands Delivery

The chain has added six locations to its delivery service partnership with EatStreet.

October 22, 2019

WAUSAU, Wis.—Starting Wednesday, residents in Wausau, Wisconsin, can get deliveries from Kwik Trip through its partnership with EatStreet, WSAU-TV reports. Six Wausau locations are offering the service, which allows customers to order more than 400 products for home delivery. Those products include Kwik Trip’s hot foods, ice cream, grocery items and cold drinks.

Customers place orders through the EatStreet app and will not have to pay a delivery fee for the first two weeks of the launch. Kwik Trip started the service in Madison and Green Bay, and the success of those markets has led to an expansion into Wausau. The company will soon offer delivery in more areas, including Oshkosh and Janesville.

“The response has been overwhelming from our loyal customers and that meant one thing: We needed to expedite the launch of delivery at other Kwik Trip locations,” said David Jackson, Kwik Trip’s digital marketing and loyalty manager, the Wausau Daily Herald reports.

EatStreet also partners with restaurants on orders and delivery in markets across the United States. The company has a mobile app and online delivery options. Circle K launched a similar initiative as Kwik Trip’s delivery program in Texas earlier this month with no minimum order and free deliveries for a limited time.