On a recent trip to Big 5 at McKinley and the 91, I noticed two people in red jumpsuits pulling into the McDonald’s parking lot on scooters. Each of the scooters had a McDonald’s logo on the back of a bright red and white storage bin.
A fast food delivery service! Great idea! Now I don’t have to walk to my car and drive through the service window when I want fast food since it can be delivered to my door. If only I had a hover chair like the ones in the movie Wall-E, I wouldn’t even have to walk to my front door when my food arrives.
Yes, I’m kidding. I figure the least I can do when I want fast food is to burn a few calories by getting up and going to get it. I do find it funny that the fast food drive-through window is apparently not convenient enough anymore.
After getting a closer look at the scooters, I saw the logos for RedDeliveryGuy.com.
The tagline under the RedDeliveryGuy.com logo is “THE BEST WAY TO SAVE TIME & GAS”. The company states on its website that it uses “low CO2 emissions vehicles” (the scooters) and that it delivers from 100’s of restaurants. The home page shows logos for Burger King, Quiznos, McDonald’s, Little Caesars and Del Taco, but to see all available restaurants you have to sign up.
I applaud the low emissions concept. Although I haven’t used the service myself, it seems that this could be helpful for anyone who wants a restaurant meal but can’t drive, or who can’t get away from the office to get lunch.
So when the drive-through window just isn’t convenient enough, check out RedDeliveryGuy.com.