BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — A 24-7 delivery service starts tomorrow for the first time in Buffalo. Through your smart phone you can order just about anything, food, coffee, or even groceries.
It’s through an app called Zukak. You enter your address, and the app tells you which stores are nearby.
On Tuesday you can use the app for free, and get anything you want delivered at no extra cost from 10 am to 4 pm. Stores like McDonalds, Walgreens, and Chipotle are listed on the app among several others.
After tomorrow, the service will cost $1 per mile on top of a flat service rate of $2.99.
The founder of Zukak actually went to school here at ECC and says Buffalo will be the first place to see a trial run of his new app.
“You can order anything, what I’m saying by anything is you can order grocery, food, fast food, even clothing. So what we are trying to do is put all the stores data in Buffalo even the small stores in Buffalo in that app so we want to try to make it easy for people to shop through the app,” said Anas Falah, Zukak CEO and Founder.
The founder says he plans to expand and hopes to bring it to Rochester next. He says several drivers will be on standby tomorrow as he expects many people to try out the service for free.