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Casey’s Expands Delivery With Uber Eats

Initiative opens new delivery options for pizza, groceries and household items
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ANKENY, Iowa — Casey’s is partnering with Uber Eats to provide delivery services to 755 locations, seven days a week. The new service reflects Casey’s active pursuit of offering more delivery options for its pizza and other prepared foods as well as Casey’s brand products from chips to jerky to soda. 

“We are uniquely positioned to deliver both prepared food items, like our pizza and cheesy breadsticks, as well as grocery items in one order, delivered to our guests front door,” said Art Sebastian, vice president of digital experience for Casey’s. “Casey’s already delivers from about 1,200 stores and this adds delivery service to nearly 103 additional stores.” 

Casey’s has seen delivery demand nearly double since April 2019. Delivery hours will match each Casey’s store kitchen hours from morning to night, seven days a week. Currently, 365 items are available across 17 product categories leading with pizza and also offering ice cream, drinks, everyday items and more.

“By investing in and expanding delivery, we continue to bring Casey’s to where our guests are and serve their needs. We are excited to serve more guests who prefer this convenient way of ordering their favorite snacks, pizza or grocery items any time,” said Sebastian. 

Based in Ankeny, Iowa, Casey’s operates more than 2,200 retail fuel outlets and convenience stores in 16 Midwestern states, primarily Iowa, Missouri and Illinois.

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