You Can Now Get Same-Day Delivery In Montreal From 2 Popular Stores Thanks To Uber

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You Can Now Get Same-Day Delivery In Montreal From 2 Popular Stores Thanks To Uber

Looking for a last-minute gift for your fashionista friend's birthday? Need a new shirt to match some old pants? Not to worry! A new partnership between Groupe Dynamite Inc. and Uber will give you same-day delivery in Montreal.

According to the release, this is the "first national retailer in Canada to offer this service."

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Groupe Dynamite's partnership with Uber is the perfect way to deliver holiday cheer this December.

Liz Edmiston, President and CEO, Groupe Dynamite Inc.

Groupe Dynamite owns Dynamite and Garage, two companies that have expanded across the country but maintain proud roots here on our island.

To get this service, customers must use both stores' online shops to place the order before 3 p.m. E.T. The items must be available at the distribution centre.  

Those who require delivery must be within 15 kilometres of the distribution centre at 5592, rue Ferrier.

Once placed, customers will receive a text with the package's tracking information. 

The company hopes to bring the service to more locations across Canada in the New Year. 

At the current moment, shipping is free on all online orders above $40 — so no need to leave your house to get a new outfit for the night!

Dynamite, Lulus

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