Monday, April 14, 2014

Giveaway: GetKosher, Why Don'tcha?

I was contacted by the creative (and hungry) minds over at GetKosher.com to host a giveaway for their stellar services. Although I don't live in the New York/New Jersey area, I'm familiar with the need for a one-stop shop for kosher food delivery, especially with all of the tasty options available.


Not familiar with the company? Keep reading to learn how you could win a $100 gift card to nab delicious, kosher nosh from GetKosher.com!

The site and concept were built by 22-year-old Morris Sued, a Brooklyn local who founded the company on just $10,000, partly with money he won in a Baruch College startup competition in 2012.

The first of its kind on the web, GetKosher also has a rewards-point system where you can redeem points for gift cards to Amazon, Apple, and tzedakah (charitable organizations).

So far, GetKosher -- which has options for corporate and catering accounts, too -- has served more than 2,100 kosher keepers and sports more than 100 partner restaurants. You can find GetKosher rocking New York options in

  • Five Towns
  • Midwood
  • Williamsburg
  • Borough Park
  • Queens
  • Manhattan
  • Livingston
  • Orange County
  • West Hempstead
  • Monsey
  • Great Neck

GetKosher also is available in Deal/Lakewood and Teaneck in New Jersey. Maybe they'll show up in Denver sometime soon, too? (Fingers crossed!)

Ready to enter to win $100 gift certificate to GetKosher's delicious kosher options? You've got plenty of time. Questions? Let me know!

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Note: Because I don't live in the region, I'm not benefitting from this giveaway. I am, however, happy to help a kosher-keeping consumer benefit! Giveaway can only be eligible for readers in our serviced areas.

6 comments:

  1. I can't find anything in Queens, but I like Retro Grill

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  2. prob something from the five towns...... its not loading :(

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  3. Would love to get some bagels and donuts from Milk N' Honey!

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  4. I love Olympic Pita's Yemenite Soup - that would be my choice

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