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Tina Boling




Tina Boling has been going full force with her business, Takeout Waiter, since she opened it in 2016. “I work very hard to keep my service thriving and meeting our customer’s needs,” she says.

Takeout Waiter is an on demand restaurant delivery service. “Our customers can order the best food in town and have it delivered wherever and whenever they want,” she says. Tina explains that once a customer orders in the app, a lot of stuff happens behind the scenes. “I receive the order, often multiple orders at once, and I select the best driver to fit the order. They need to be nearby and ready to get to the restaurant,” she says. She then looks over the order and sends it to the restaurant and familiarizes the driver with the order. “It is my goal to make sure that every order that comes in is reviewed by me, the driver, and the restaurant.”

Tina says that Takeout Waiter is unique because it is the only locally owned restaurant delivery service in Warren County. “When customers order Takeout Waiter, the money stays here in the community. I not only deliver for these restaurants, but I enjoy eating at them too. When a customer asks me ‘Have you tried…’ I love that I am able to say ‘Yes, I have,’” she says. Tina also believes that it is important that she is present and hands on as a business owner. She says that she is dedicated to seeing her business thrive.

“I am happy to say that I live in a time where women entrepreneurs are commonplace. When I made the decision to pen this service, I was a single woman in my 40s basically starting over,” she says. “My life has changed, and while I won’t be jet setting on a yacht anytime soon, I am able to give back to my community as my company grows.”

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