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In 2011, the Charlottesville Business Innovation Council awarded the company its Rocket Award. In early 2012, the company received $3.1 million in venture capital from Massachusetts-based Battery Ventures.
By 2014, the company had moved from making three deliveries a week in Charlottesville to serving customers in Richmond and metropolitan D.C. with a fleet of over 40 trucks.
How it Works
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