This partnership will allow TwentyTables participating restaurants and food trucks the opportunity to access Performance Food Group goods and services as a preferred vendor.
“Everyone benefits in this relationship, and in our community of food,” TwentyTables founder and CEO Alex Cohen told Technical.ly.
The TwentyTables app allows users to connect with $6 lunch and $12 dinner options from local restaurants. This partnership is another big win for the TwentyTables team this month after taking home first place at 2018 Startup Week DC pitch competition, which came with a load of prizes.
“The conversation about social responsibility is one that we should all take seriously. When the opportunity to align our interests with an award-winning startup came up,” Performance Food Group’s Dennis Barry said in a statement, “we felt we had to do it.”-30-
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