Bite Squad adds more restaurants in Conway for delivery
Bite Squad, an online and mobile food ordering and delivery service, has added more than 10 new restaurant partners in the Conway delivery area in recent months.
Customers can now order delivery from more than 45 of the area’s favorite restaurants, to their home or workplace.
“An incredible selection of quality restaurants to choose from is one of our big differentiators from other delivery services,” Bite Squad co-founder and CEO Kian Salehi said. “Great variety, along with affordability — there are options as low as $1.99 — has fueled our growth in the area.”
Among the new restaurants to join the Bite Squad delivery platform are: Sharks Fish and Chicken, Subway, Faby’s Restaurant, Café 501, John Daly’s Steakhouse, Patti Cakes, Roux’s Sports Grill, Chili’s, IHOP and CeCi’s Chicken and Waffles Plus More.
These new partners join delivery favorites like Naru of Conway, Stoby’s, Old Chicago Pizza and Taproom and TGI Friday’s.
Bite Squad has seen significant growth in the Conway market since arriving in May 2017. The company expects continued growth this year, alongside an ongoing effort to bring new restaurants onto their delivery platform in the area.
“Restaurants are increasingly looking to offer on-demand delivery as consumers seek more and more convenience,” Salehi said. “Partnering with Bite Squad allows them to reach a rapidly growing segment of the population that orders restaurant meals for delivery as an everyday part of life.”
Bite Squad is one of the fastest-growing delivery services in the nation.
The company currently partners with about 10,000 independent restaurants in more than 30 cities, delivering millions of orders across the United States.
Conway Regional Health Foundation Board adds Crain Automotive leader
The Conway Regional Health Foundation Board of Directors has added a new member, Jay Myers of Conway, the Platform Director for the Crain Automotive Team. Myers first meeting will be April 18.
Myers has spent his life around the medical community. His father is Mark Myers, MD, a general surgeon.
“Serving on the Conway Regional Health Foundation Board of Directors will provide me with a great opportunity to use my business expertise in a way that benefits the healthcare industry,” Myers said. “As the son of a physician, I understand the importance of providing outstanding healthcare. I also know that healthcare must have solid financial resources to thrive. By giving to the Health Foundation, we help provide those resources.”
Myers is a graduate of the University of Arkansas with a degree in Finance and Insurance.
Serving as a Platform Director for the Crain Automotive Team, he manages three dealerships, a collision center and an automotive accessories shop.
Overseeing more than 300 employees and $25 million in inventory, Jay says attention to detail and process orientation is the key to his success.
He is also spokesperson for the Crain Automotive team in Conway and spends a substantial amount of time working with marketing and strategic planning for the Crain Automotive Group.
Working with digital and traditional media, Jay is well versed in digital marketing.
In addition to the Conway Regional Health Foundation, Myers serves as President of the Arkansas Select Buick GMC Dealer Group and has served as the Chairman of the Board of the Conway Chamber of Commerce and on the Board of Directors for Arkansas Bass Team Trail.
Jay and Shannon Myers have two children (Miller, 17, and Allison,14) who attend Conway High School.
Other members of the Conway Regional Health Foundation Board of Directors are: Susan L. Gatto, PhD, RN, Director of the UCA School of Nursing; Charlie DeBoard, DeBoard Electronics; Lisa Douglas, Conway Corporation; Jeff Standridge, JSI Partners, Ltd.; David Smith, Smith Family Pharmacy; Andre’ D. Acklin, Larry Acklin Funeral Home; Linda Tyler; Sonja Keith, 501 Life magazine; Donna Hambuchen; John Nabholz, Nabholz Construction; Yanci Gibson, HPE Software; and Margaret Beasley, MD, member emeritus.
The Conway Regional Health Foundation was established in 1996 to provide financial support to Conway Regional to aid the health system in carrying out its mission of providing excellent healthcare for the central Arkansas area.
As a non-profit hospital, all revenues are invested back into Conway Regional.
Donations to the Foundation enable Conway Regional to further enhance the health care services we provide through facility improvements, equipment purchases and community health education.