Join your local restaurant-owned delivery co-op today.
Share in delivery profits, take back control of your guest’s experience and data, and enjoy excellent guest care.
Why Go LoCo?
- We exist to create a movement of local restaurant-owned delivery cooperatives.
- We provide a turn-key delivery co-op product, including an online ordering and delivery platform.
- We offer communities a sustainable alternative to existing third-party apps.
- We charge fair commission rates and provide superior customer service.
- Our co-ops are owned and operated by local restaurant owners.
Take back control of your delivery options.
As restaurant owners ourselves, we started delivery co-ops in Iowa City and Ft. Collins — owned by the restaurants themselves — who then benefit by paying much lower commissions, providing far better customer service, securing their customer data and potentially receiving a return on their investment.
These delivery co-ops have completely transformed delivery culture in their communities. We created Go LoCo Cooperatives to help you do the same.
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YOU CAN TRUST
Go LoCo provides the tools to start a delivery co-op in your community
Restaurant and delivery insights, geographical roll-out analysis & pro-forma development
Outreach materials (decks, pitches, landing page), restaurant recruitment, investor outreach & marketing and launch planning
Articles and Bylaws, Management Agreement & legally recognized co-op structures
Operational set up & support
Staff hiring and training, technology set up & customer care & back-office support (billing, invoicing, driver payment)
“ Our delivery co-op brought to the Iowa City market…
Sensible commission structures, local customer service by people I know personally, great technical support with building a menu, control of customer data, marketing and — the best — profit distribution to shareholders.
When the Covid-19 pandemic hit the Iowa City market and all restaurants moved to pickup/delivery, the co-op came to the rescue and was helping to prevent a total collapse of the local industry.
— Naftaly Stramer
Iowa City, Iowa