Zomato Impressed With Delivery Partner Talent, Video Now Out

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Zomato's new tweet showcasing some of its delivery partners’ talents –such as singing, and dancing has now gone viral similar to its earlier Offer of the Month:

Written By Tech Desk | Mumbai | Updated On:

Zomato's new tweet showcasing some of its delivery partners’ talents –such as singing, and dancing has now gone viral similar to its earlier Offer of the Month: Water campaign. The online food ordering-delivery application (app) has even recommended this video (shared in the tweet) to its patrons and netizens and believes that this video would make their days in case viewed in the early mornings. This talent showcasing tweet by Zomato has now gone viral on Twitter with Twitterati even wondering why delivery partners associated with the app were loaded with talent. Do check out the talent showcase video of Zomato’s delivery partners below. 

Zomato’s talent showcasing video of its delivery partners 

Check out the video, shared by Zomato below: 

 

 

 

Twitterati’s reactions to the above tweet go viral 

Twitterati have reacted spontaneously to Zomato’s tweet, check out some of these below: 

 

 

 

 

At this point in time, it remains to seen as to how Zomato handles the #LogOut campaign initiated by as many partners restaurant owners opting out of Zomato’s Gold scheme citing “unsustainable” discounts offered by the app. This campaign even forced founder Deepinder Goyal to appeal to these restaurant owners end the #Logout social media campaign. Also, recently, the app found itself in the centre of a controversy. This involved around food and religion.  

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Also Read: Zomato Asks You To Offer Water To Delivery Partners In Return For Food, Campaign Titled “ Offer Of The Month- Water” Goes Viral Has Twitterati In Splits

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