Kwik Trip Begins Delivery With EatStreet

Testing service in Madison and La Crosse, Wis., with plans to expand this fall

LA CROSSE, Wis. — Kwik Trip has launched delivery with EatStreet for more than 400 items currently available in its convenience stores.

The delivery partnership will roll out in phases, with an initial pilot period going live Aug. 2 in downtown Madison and La Crosse, Wis.

“We’ve received numerous requests for delivery over the years,” said David Jackson, Kwik Trip’s digital marketing and loyalty manager. “We wanted to make sure we deliver the same quality our guests have come to expect in our stores, which is why we’ve partnered with EatStreet, another outstanding Wisconsin company, to finally make this happen.”

Assuming the pilot is successful, Kwik Trip plans to extend delivery to a number of cities, including Eau Claire, Wausau and Appleton, the company said. It will announce specific launch dates in late summer and early fall.

Kwik Trip customers ordering from the downtown Madison or La Crosse location will get free delivery through Aug. 14. For a limited time, each order will include a free Pepsi product with promo code KWIK entered on EatStreet at checkout.

Along with hot food and beverages, everything from energy drinks, snacks and even ice cream will be available through delivery. EatStreet offers customer-focused features such as real-time order tracking, group ordering and free delivery for new diners.

“Kwik Trip is a Wisconsin icon, and from Glazers to Karuba Coffee, each product is insanely popular,” said Matt Howard, co-founder and CEO of Madison-based EatStreet. “With those favorites delivered through EatStreet, you can fulfill all your Kwik Trip cravings without ever leaving the couch.”

  • Kwik Trip is No. 13 in CSP’s 2019 Top 202 ranking of c-stores by total number of retail outlets.

Kwik Trip, based in La Crosse, is a family-owned convenience-store chain operating more than 600 locations in Wisconsin and Minnesota under the Kwik Trip banner and in Iowa under the Kwik Star banner.

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