2021 at a Glance

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Here’s to 2021!

These days, everything moves so quickly. We were just rolling into 2021, and suddenly in the blink of an eye we celebrated the new year.

After experiencing a year of immense progress and huge accomplishments met, like launching operations in six new markets including Minneapolis, Raleigh-Durham, Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Miami and Nashville to delivering our 10th millionth package, we eagerly welcomed 2022 and the growth that is to come.

With big changes constantly happening, it’s so gratifying to hit rewind and reflect on the big moments and highlights of 2021. Without further ado, here are some stats from Fetch’s transformative year.

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