Grab My Bag, a new luggage delivery service, is embarking on a mission to revolutionize the baggage claim process for travelers, decongest airport baggage claim areas, and create job opportunities for people across the United States.
The luggage delivery service will pick up your luggage from the airport baggage carousel and deliver it straight to your requested location. That way, you don’t have to waste time waiting at baggage claim and can head out of the airport as soon as your flight touches down.
The luggage delivery company, which is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, is currently serving domestic flights into Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, with plans to expand nationwide and even go international.
You can book their luggage delivery service through their website. A tech-centric and user-friendly app is in the works and is coming soon.
Booking options are available for 1-2 bags, 3-4 bags, or 5-10 bags, with an option for extra bags if you need more than 10 grabbed. Your bag can be delivered straight to you wherever you need to go, including homes, apartments, conventions, stadiums, hotels, production locations, universities, and offices.
Grab My Bag, from Black Female CEO and Founder Emory Reignz, will officially launch on Juneteenth 2021 (June 19). For Reignz, it was important to select a launch date with a powerful history behind it. The selected launch date helps the company remember the limitations of the past while also looking towards the endless possibilities of a diverse future.
Juneteenth honors the end to slavery in the United States and is considered the longest-running African American holiday. Grab My Bag wanted a launch date to celebrate change, not only for Black Americans but for America as a whole. With their meaningful launch date, Grab My Bag celebrates taking a step in the right direction.
Diversity in the workplace is very important to Grab My Bag. The company is consistently looking to expand its team and have diversity in its leadership roles and across the board. The Black female-owned Grab My Bag looks forward to a diverse future in the aviation industry, with female leadership realized in travel, hospitality, and technology.
Grab My Bag is currently hiring “GRAB-bers” to deliver for the Atlanta, Georgia area. GRAB-bers earn on each delivery and can set their own schedule to work at the best time for them.
The company is also seeking partnerships with like-minded companies that want to expand the footprint in aviation, travel, hospitality, and tech in order to better include women and minorities.