Residents in Williamsburg can now have their Chick-n-Minis delivered right to their door.
The Chick-fil-A at Monticello Marketplace announced their new delivery service through the app DoorDash, said marketing director Landon Stulen.
“As delivery grows, it’s one of the biggest opportunities that exists for this type of industry,” Stulen said. “People are moving toward a busier lifestyle and it’s something Chick-fil-a is invested in.”
The service was scheduled to launch on Oct. 15, but because of the power outages following Tropical Storm Michael, Stulen said that date most likely will change. The franchise is aiming still to have it available within the next two weeks.
Deliveries will be made within a 10-minute radius of the Chick-fil-A by DoorDash employees. Customers can place an order on the DoorDash app, which can be downloaded at the app store.
Prices for delivery service will be slightly higher than regular prices but will not be based off distance, Stulen said.
Nationally, Chick-fil-A started delivering through DoorDash at certain locations earlier this year but the franchise on Monticello Avenue is the first in Williamsburg to offer the service, Stulen said.
For updates on when the service will be available, visit Chick-fil-A Monticello Marketplace on Facebook.