The TV series Mad Men is about the advertising agency business in the 1960’s when the three-martini lunch was the norm. Agency account executives wooed clients over lunch. Advertising campaigns were developed over lunch. Deals were sealed over lunch. The common denominator in each instance was not the martini, it was, “time”. The agency executives and creative teams took lunch to socialize, schmooze and create over that critical time during the day.
These days, the martini lunches are out and time has been swept away with it. Now office workers will run out to a fast food restaurant or possibly have something fried delivered to the office while personnel eat at their desk. How can one actually eat a decent meal by running out to a fast food place and either eating there or bringing it back to the office–all in 30 minutes?
Fortunately, a new convenience of Union County food delivery has hit the scene so workers don’t have to leave the office to have a meal.
They can now have a great meal from a favorite restaurant delivered by a professional service. Just choose from an assortment of restaurants and the delivery service does the rest. This service is especially a welcome convenience for pharmaceutical reps who arrange ordering dishes through the service, have it delivered and make a 20-30 presentation while the doctor and staff are having their lunch break.
Having lunch delivered is a great luxury giving personnel time to relax with a good mid-day meal that is hot as it should be or cold as it should be.