Posted May 06, 2018 06:29:13It was a good day to be a doordasher, as the popular food truck chain announced it had partnered with the U.S. Embassy in New York to create a campaign aimed at raising money for a charity of Doordashes own.
Doordash, which has its own Instagram and Twitter account, posted a video on its YouTube page, which featured a doorknob and a doffed hat, with a message that read, “This is the first time a doombash company has ever partnered with a charity, and the first DoordASH charity video.”
The video is part of a campaign Doordashed launched to raise money for the U,S.
embassy in the city of New York.
The campaign, which was promoted on Doordashing’s Instagram page, featured a variety of celebrities and celebrities from across the world, including actors Mark Ruffalo and Meryl Streep, as well as musicians Lady Gaga and Beyoncé.
The clip also featured an endorsement from Doordashi, the company’s marketing and branding agency.
In the video, Doordasha’s executive chef, Chris DeMarco, said that the restaurant would be doing its part in the cause, which will also benefit a local animal shelter.
“We’re very grateful to the Embassy for this partnership,” DeMarco said in the video.
“We think the video will help raise awareness about animal welfare and bring awareness to our work.”
“This will be a fun and fun video to watch, because it’s an awesome way to promote our brand,” DeMarcus added.
“It’s the kind of video where you can just kind of go with your gut feeling and it’s fun.”
The charity, which does not have a website, is a non-profit organization.
Its mission is to educate the public about animal cruelty, and to raise funds to support local charities.
In addition to the campaign, Doardash also announced that it will be launching a new website to promote the charity.
The new site will feature a series of Doardashes branded items, including hats, t-shirts and stickers, along with other merchandise.
It will also be promoting Doordas first ever campaign for a new charitable organization, the Doordasher Project, which aims to help animals in need in New Zealand and throughout the world.