Delivery service commits to hiring more veterans, military spouses across the country

Posted at 2:17 PM, Nov 09, 2018

Many businesses across the country are committed to hiring more Veterans. 

Bite Squad, a restaurant delivery service in Tampa Bay, is hiring 2,500 Veterans and military spouses nationwide over the next 5 years. 

We caught up with David Crossett, who served in the Army for 20 years and has been working with the company for the past few months. 

He started working there are searching for something with better hours and more flexibility. 

"I think it's really important. Not just to hire the veterans but the families of the veterans. The spouses also. Transitioning back into civilian life for being out of it for 20 years or so is not an easy thing to do so anything people can do to help is greatly appreciated," says Crossett.

If you know someone looking for employment through Bite Squad, they can apply by clicking here.