Ready-2-Eat and Heat-N-Eat food welcomes a new format called the ‘Cube’. It’s a new drive-thru retail concept that’s goal is to be more “a convenient kind convenience store, only don’t call it that”, said company co-founder Jake Sharp….
“Convenience store seems like such a dirty word these day,” Sharp said. “Neighborhood concierge is the best thing we could come up with.”
This new format store will offer customers lattes and cappuccinos, as well as fresh food items like pastries, sandwiches and wraps watch out Starbucks. Freshly baked pizza also will be on the menu, Pizza Hut be forewarned. In addition there will be some health and beauty and grocery items. Customers will be able to order items from their smart phones using a mobile app, and have those items waiting to pick up when they arrive.
The first Cube store is under construction Sharp has partnered with Joe Lawrence, a recently retired Navy pharmacist who now serves as Cube CEO, and contractor Steve Rich to develop the Cube concept.
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