Red Rooster Joins Forces with Uber Eats Following Successful Trial

Roast Chicken Champions Red Rooster and online food delivery giants Uber Eats have joined forces following an impressive and successful trial in a select number of Red Rooster restaurants.

Last year saw Uber Eats trial and implement across all three Craveable Brands (this includes Oporto, Chicken Treat AND Red Rooster) after which the decision was made to embark on an official partnership.

Red Rooster were very impressed with the results of the trial and Uber Eats will be rolled out to over 100 restaurants by the end of February 2018.

Red Rooster General Manager of Operations and Delivery NATHAN KELK has said: “This is a great strategic partnership with Uber Eats. It will allow us to give our customers yet another way to enjoy our iconic roast chicken. We look forward to what lies ahead and know that this will prove to be a fruitful and successful partnership”

Uber Eats ANZ General Manager JODIE AUSTER has said: “We are excited by the new national partnership with Red Rooster, which is the final brand of the Craveable group to come onboard with Uber Eats. As we plan for our biggest year yet, we look forward to further developing an innovative and strategic partnership.”

This collaboration further cements Red Rooster’s position amongst the most trusted food delivery companies in Australia.

Red Rooster Joins Forces with Uber Eats Following Successful Trial