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ToGoBOX is a Providence-based online lunch marketplace for local corporate professionals. They offer a rotating set of daily curated multicultural dishes from various local restaurants and deliver right to the office. ToGoBOX offers the lowest delivery fee in the market and being available to deliver bulk orders with no minimum, customers find their service convenient and reliable.
From previous day at 10:00 p.m. to 11:30 a.m., which is a set cut-off time, the following morning, customers can place orders through www.letstogobox.com
. Lunch will be delivered right at the set pick-up time. Pick up is available at a designated Pick-up location. All menus are first-come, first-serve, and the number of each item is limited to ensure quality of the food. Customers pay in advance using a credit/debit card and receive a receipt through e-mail.
Pick-up location refers to “A safe place, customer affiliated office building where they can pick up lunch at a set pick-up time once the delivery is complete.” Current Pick-up locations include 75 Fountain St., 100 Westminster St. and 375 Wampanoag Trail. Anyone affiliated with these addresses are welcome to use their service.
Current clients include Verizon, Virgin Pulse, GE Digital, Brown Physicians and all tenants in 100 Westminster Street.
ToGoBOX is currently accepting investors on its Equity Crowdfunding Campaign on Startengine. https://www.startengine.com/togobox
Providence Journal: Point-and-click lunch service comes to downtown Providence
Getting lunch just got easier for those working in downtown Providence. A new delivery service pairs a dozen local restaurants with those looking for take-out.
ToGoBox provides customers with fast and easy access to lunch with a designated pickup location. They offer a daily online menu that takes the work out of deciding what’s for lunch. It also connects diners with a variety of restaurants.
Glenn Jeon and David Kim are the young entrepreneurs who co-founded ToGoBox. Jeon and Tae Lee were students at Rhode Island School of Design when they launched the first version of the lunch service, for other students."