CHULA VISTA, Calif. (KGTV) -- A Chula Vista man is hoping his company will be a way to help restaurants get through the pandemic. It's a food delivery company, but it takes less from the businesses allowing them to keep more profit.
Tyrone Frazier says he came up with the idea after seeing so many local businesses struggling to survive. Frazier is a Navy veteran and had always wanted to be his own boss, so he decided to take a chance and launched Bagged n' Brought Delivery Services.
Frazier's small company is like larger food delivery services, but his only charges restaurants 10% of the customer's order, not 20 to 30% like some of the larger companies. He also doesn't require a contract or activation fee, even providing the tablets businesses use to receive customer orders.
Frazier currently runs the business by himself with one other delivery driver. For now, the service is available to those in Chula Vista, specifically in Eastlake, but Frazier is hoping to expand.
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