GirlCrew News: JUST EAT and GirlCrew Unite in ‘Girls Night In’ Partnership

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Amanda Roche-Kelly managing director of JUST EAT Ireland pictured with Pamela Newenham, Elva Carri and Aine Mulloy of GirlCrew.

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JUST EAT, Ireland’s leading takeaway app, has today become the Official Takeaway App to GirlCrew, the community group which facilitates social meet ups for women across Ireland, in an exciting partnership that will see JUST EAT feeding fun and friendship by supporting ‘Girls’ Night In’ events for GirlCrew.

The original focus of GirlCrew was on ‘meet ups’ outside of the home but as the community grows and builds, members of GirlCrew have started to organise a variety of ‘Girls’ Nights in’ events.  With no girls night in complete without a takeaway, JUST EAT will provide much needed sustenance through the provision of takeaway Gift Cards to official GirlCrew ‘Stay in’ events, as well as surprises and promotions throughout the year for members.

Speaking about the new partnership, Amanda Roche-Kelly Managing Director of JUST EAT Ireland said: “GirlCrew is such a terrific initiative which brings women together to forge potentially life-long friendships. We know that every night in is enhanced with a takeaway, and with over 30 cuisine types on JUST EAT, there really is something for everyone. Whether the girls are meeting to watch a movie, to play Xbox, to play old fashioned board games or simply for a chat we hope their night is enhanced by the arrival of a takeaway. GirlCrew and JUST EAT are ideal collaborators, as both enable people to enjoy themselves and have fun.”

Speaking from GirlCrew, was co-founder, Pamela Newenham who commented, “Speaking from GirlCrew, was co-founder, Pamela Newenham who commented, “Food, like GirlCrew brings people together. As GirlCrew grows and evolves we have seen a demand among our members for a more chilled out night in style event, which is why we are delighted to collaborate with JUST EAT. GirlCrew is the easiest way for women around the world to make new friends, and JUST EAT is the easiest way to get a takeaway so the partnership really is a great fit.”

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About JUST EAT IrelandJUST EAT is Ireland’s leading digital marketplace for takeaway food, operating in 15 countries around the globe. It allows customers to search for local takeaway restaurants and place orders online or via its mobile app. In Ireland JUST EAT have over 1700 takeaway restaurants online and the JUST EAT app has been downloaded over 520k times since it was launched, making it easy for consumers to access local eateries for lunchtime and evening options. Over 70% of customers now order via the app and on mobile devices. Socially the company now has over 45,000 Twitter followers, 106,000 Facebook followers and 2,000 Instagram followers.  Choice is key for consumers and JUST EAT now offers over 30 cuisine types including healthy options such as thai, gluten free, coeliac, Japanese and Italian to name a few.  Full link to results available here.

About GirlCrew

GirlCrew is the easiest way for women aged 25+ to make new friends. With over 35,000 members in over 40 cities around the world, girls avail of private, female only groups that allow everyone to organise any event or get together at any time of day or night. The ability to find some new friends for gigs, checking out new foodie spots or even some new pals to travel the world with has seen countless friendships evolve out of the worldwide phenomenon over the last two years and GirlCrew look forward to launching their own app later this year.

www.just-eat.ie or find the JUST EAT App www.just-eat.ie/apps

For further information please contact Colin Taylor at Q4PR on 01 4751444 / 0833477014

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