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Webinar explores how mobile ordering enhanced campus life, increased sales at UVA and Central Washington

Join on Thursday, Feb.1 at 2 EST and win one of 50 $20 Grubhub gift cards

CampusIDNews Staff   ||   Jan 25, 2024  ||   

Both the University of Virginia and Central Washington University have experienced a variety of benefits since implementing mobile ordering with partner’s CBORD and Grubhub. On Thursday, Feb. 1 from 2-3 EST, you can listen in as a panel explores the improved student experience as well as the streamlined service delivery and financial gains experienced by the institutions.

Panelists will also discuss the benefits of embracing a mobile-first approach to campus dining as well as Grubhub’s special student memberships that offer $0 delivery fees on eligible orders.

As an added bonus, 50 attendees will be randomly selected to receive a $20 Grubhub gift card.


  • Derrick Trussell, Director of Retail Operations, University of Virginia
  • Torin Munro, Systems Analyst and Warehouse Purchasing Manager, Central Washington University
  • Travis Price, Senior Sales Executive, Grubhub
  • Sami Takieddine, Director, Platform Operations & Patron Engagement, CBORD




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