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About Us

JoyRun is the friendly way to get what you want in your community – whether it’s burgers, batteries or BBQ. By placing orders together, the peer-to-peer platform makes it more affordable and efficient to get what you want. For buyers, JoyRun shows you activity in your area so you can place an order on someone’s run or ask for something new. For runners, earn cash when you let people nearby place orders on your run. It’s the app that rewards you for helping others – and rewards them for helping you.

For local businesses, JoyRun wakes up latent demand, builds brand preference and grows top line revenue. JoyRun was founded in 2015 in Silicon Valley. Thousands of people use JoyRun every day to get the things they want – across college campuses, military bases and offices across the country.

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Contact Us

We are located at 850 Cherry Ave., San Bruno, CA 94066

You can reach our support team at (844) 651-1395 (6am - Midnight Central Time). If you need help outside of those hours, email joyrun-support@customercare.walmart.com.

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In The News

Business Wire
“JoyRun Launches First True Peer-To-Peer Delivery Platform To Disrupt $210 Billion On-Demand Delivery Market” – Business Wire
Inc
“JoyRun has that rarest of things for an on-demand startup: a unique business model.” – Inc
Fortune
“giving [flexible earning options] to anyone in the community” – Fortune
Venture Beat
“One of the features that distinguishes JoyRun is its social feed” – Venture Beat
Tech Crunch
“find out who, nearby, is already heading out to a restaurant that they like, then tack on an order of their own.” – Tech Crunch
Silicon Valley Business Journal
“'peer-to-peer' delivery service scores funding, rolls out nationwide” – Silicon Valley Business Journal
Spoon University at Boise State
“JoyRun is reinventing the way college students do food.” – Spoon University at Boise State
The Breeze at JMU
“The whole idea is giving back” – The Breeze at JMU
Ball State Daily News
“JoyRun’s mission comes from the idea that anyone can be a part of their network, ” – Ball State Daily News
The Liberty Champion
“The cool thing is everyone who has the app has the ability to make money off of it.” – The Liberty Champion
Her Campus at UC Davis
“Members of your community can help you and you can give back, too -- thanks to JoyRun.” – Her Campus at UC Davis
Iowa State Daily News
“I can work when I want, where I want, on my own time.” – Iowa State Daily News
Spoon University at UNC Chapel Hill
“It's a way for students to get just about anything they need, make some money, and meet more people on campus.” – Spoon University at UNC Chapel Hill
The Cornell Daily Sun
“There aren’t limited menu options — a user can request food from anywhere.” – The Cornell Daily Sun
The Daily Evergreen at WSU
“The ordering and payment system is even more convenient than typical apps or delivery services.” – The Daily Evergreen at WSU
Spoon University at University of Iowa
“The app lets you see who wants what in your area and then connects the groups with community members.” – Spoon University at University of Iowa
Spoon University at University of Florida
“Speedy delivery anywhere on and off campus for cheap? Now that’s an app I’ll actually download and use.” – Spoon University at University of Florida
The Crimson White at University of Alabama
“It is a great way to make money and give back to others.” – The Crimson White at University of Alabama
The Odyssey at UC Davis
“Working for Joyrun is fast, easy, and brings in some much needed pocket money.” – The Odyssey at UC Davis
The Florida Alligator at University of Floria
“People who have downloaded the app can also make money delivering orders.” – The Florida Alligator at University of Floria
The Daily Tar Heel at UNC Chapel Hill
“JoyRun provides a flexible employment opportunity for students.” – The Daily Tar Heel at UNC Chapel Hill
>The Utah Statesman at USU.
“The app has gotten more than 500 downloads in just three weeks.” – >The Utah Statesman at USU.