Harry Rosen is teaming up with DoorDash this holiday season, offering another way its customers can shop.
Starting today, clients within range of participating Harry Rosen stores in Toronto and Vancouver can now order new styles as they would their dinner with same-day delivery powered by DoorDash through Christmas Eve. Clients in Calgary will also have access to the service as of Monday, December 21st. Customers who wish to use this service can make their purchase at harryrosen.order.online, or the DoorDash app and website.
As part of this partnership, the Canadian menswear retailer will use DoorDash Storefront, which enables merchants to create their own online storefronts. To place an order, clients can visit the unique Harry Rosen URL, add items to their cart, checkout, and a Dasher will drop off their purchases the same day.
“We are thrilled to have partnered with DoorDash to reimagine the holiday shopping experience for our clients and provide same-day delivery that’s quick and easy,” said Ian Rosen, vice president of digital and strategy at Harry Rosen. “We understand this time of the year can be stressful, now more than ever. It is our priority to continue to evolve with the needs of our customers to ensure they can focus on what’s really important.”
“Throughout this challenging year, we’ve been focused on providing products and services to help our merchant partners continue reaching their customers in new and innovative ways,” added Ryan Freeman, head of enterprise partnerships at DoorDash Canada. “We’re proud to partner with Harry Rosen and have worked together to build a solution that enables Harry Rosen to drive even more meaningful sales during this time.”
This partnership comes on the heels of a larger strategic refresh launched by the retailer earlier this fall and led by Harry Rosen’s creative agency Zulu Alpha Kilo.
“Being a part of Harry Rosen’s transformation this year has been a highlight for us,” said Mike Sutton, president at Zulu Alpha Kilo. “The marketing team has made some brave decisions to find new ways to reach and connect with the modern consumer. The DoorDash partnership is another great example of that.”