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Texas-based delivery service to launch in Waco

Favor will begin deliveries in Waco starting in February (Source: Favor Delivery) Favor will begin deliveries in Waco starting in February (Source: Favor Delivery)
A $50 delivery fee credit will be given to Waco residents who sign up on the Favor app in January (Source: Favor Delivery) A $50 delivery fee credit will be given to Waco residents who sign up on the Favor app in January (Source: Favor Delivery)
A map of the delivery area in Waco (Source: Favor Delivery) A map of the delivery area in Waco (Source: Favor Delivery)
WACO, TX (KXXV) -

An Austin-based delivery company will be launching in Waco in February.

Favor Delivery offered $50 in delivery fee credits to Waco residents who download the app in January. Waco residents can have their first order delivered for free with the code: WACO. 

The app will be open every day of the week from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. 

The company has completed more than 7 million deliveries to date.

Favor is currently hiring delivery drivers, called Runners to work on a flexible schedule as independent contractors who choose their hours.

If you are interested in becoming a Runner for Favor, click here for more information.

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