Chuck E. Cheese’s, a chain of CEC Entertainment centres and restaurants, has launched its third-party food delivery service across the US.
For this initiative, the restaurant chain has partnered with Grubhub, Uber Eats and DoorDash to deliver food from its 345 participating locations.
Prior to its launch, the company tested the third-party delivery service in five markets including Dallas, Tampa, Orlando, Miami and San Francisco last year. Following a successful pilot it is expanding the service nationwide.
CEC Entertainment chief marketing and concept officer Ashley Zickefoose said: “We know families love our fresh, never frozen pizza as much as our games.
“After years of hearing from guests that we should offer a way for families to enjoy our delicious pizzas at home, we’re excited to make delivery a reality as part of several game-changing initiatives that we have planned this year.”
In addition, customers will receive a goody bag with puzzles, games and toys or a character plush doll free with every delivery order for a limited time.
CEC Entertainment currently operates 608 company-owned and franchisee-owned Chuck E. Cheese’s locations in 47 US states and 14 foreign countries and territories.
Apart from Chuck E. Cheese’s, CEC also operates Peter Piper Pizza restaurant chain, which currently has 148 stores.