Scott Kolarz of Hamburg recently opened Scotty’s Delivery Service to do grocery shopping for interested customers.
Making a trip to the grocery store can be one of the most time consuming and difficult tasks of the week. However, one local businessman is trying to change of all of that with a new home delivery service for groceries.
Scott Kolarz is a lifelong resident of Hamburg and decided to open his own business. He previously worked at a local assisted living facility, where he credits getting a lot of experience from.
“I started it because I felt there was a need for this in community,” Kolarz said.
Kolarz says he got this idea about two years ago but the business only became fully operational at the beginning of this year.
“I thought this was a brand new concept and apparently it’s been around for years,” he said.
After doing some research, Kolarz saw that bigger cities like New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles were already doing these types of deliveries. However, he wanted to bring those services into the Southtowns of Western New York.
The process is quite simple; Kolarz will take your order by phone and will purchase the items that you asked for. The customer can even request a certain brand or special promotion and even ask to have their shopping done at a certain supermarket. Kolarz says that he wants to provide for residents that need assistance by helping them shop for groceries.
The pricing for the service is charged with a flat fee. For orders of about 20 items, he will charge $15, in addition to the full amount of the groceries. For an order larger than that, the fee is $22.
Kolarz says that he hopes to make this business flourish in the near future.
“I hope to have people working for me and making deliveries through the Southtowns and hopefully encompass the whole area,” he said.
He hope to grow his customer base by helping people with limited mobility and working families with this new service. Kolarz provide his services from West Seneca to Eden and places in between.
For more information, contact Scott Kolarz at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 345-5247.