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Meal delivery service Dine In 2Nite now serving Milwaukee

Oct. 10, 2013

“Working full time and attempting to put nutritious meals on the table made dinner time stressful instead of the joy that it should be. By the time I would figure out what to make, shop for all of the ingredients, prepare the meal which may or may not turn out well, and then clean up all of the dishes, pots and pans, lots of time would be gone and I felt very tired,” says Mequon native Kathy Burghardt, owner of Dine In 2Nite. “This business is the perfect solution that many many people can benefit from.”

Dine In 2Nite delivers freshly prepared, nutritious dinners every evening to its customers. The food is served in containers that can be put in the dishwasher or simply recycled, making cleanup a non-issue. Customers get meals delivered 3 to 5 times per week with no minimum order per night. Dine In 2Nite’s website boasts well over a hundred recipes on its rotating menu. There are other franchises throughout North America, but Burghardt’s is unique to Milwaukee. Dine In 2Nite now delivers to four ZIP codes in the Milwaukee area.

“Milwaukee is a great place to live. I am pleased to be able to run businesses here and support the community as much as possible,” says Burghardt, noting that Dine In 2Nite’s ingredients are purchased locally. “We are able to help out a local restaurant by renting their kitchen during hours that they are slow. These are some of the reasons that I wanted to get this business going in the Milwaukee area but above all I absolutely love that it offers relief and a better life for anyone who can use a break or anyone who appreciates having more free time to do things that they enjoy with people that they love. And it's very affordable!”

A complete meal is only $10 including delivery and tip. Dinner is prepared daily and delivered right away.

“I have learned through some painful losses that life is short and we are meant to make the best of each day and feel joyful as much as possible. This business is a pathway to a more enjoyable life for our customers.”

Delivery is available to homes and offices in the following ZIP codes: 53092, 53097, 53217, 53211.

Visit www.dinein2nite.com or call 1-888-64-MEALS for service.

Dine In 2Nite is a growing national franchise, currently delivering fresh dinners to customers in 10 states. Each location is locally owned and operated.

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