Fetch Extends Direct-to-Door Delivery Service to Raleigh/Durham Market

Fetch, the first and only off-site package management solution for apartment communities, today announced its expansion into the Raleigh/Durham, N.C. metropolitan area.

Fetch currently operates in Atlanta, Austin, Chicago, Denver, Dallas/Fort Worth, Houston, Jacksonville, Orlando, Phoenix, Portland, San Antonio, Seattle, Tampa and Washington, D.C., and Raleigh/Durham marks the second North Carolina market for Fetch, in addition to Charlotte.

“The demand for off-site package management solutions continues to grow, and we’re excited to introduce our direct-to-door service to multifamily communities in the Raleigh/Durham area,” said Michael Patton, Founder and CEO of Fetch. “Our team has already hit the ground running, and we’re happy to completely lift the package burden from property teams across the region. This launch is just the next step in our continued expansion, and we look forward to rolling out the Fetch solution in additional markets later this year.”

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