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Update: A Man's Desire, A Company's Promise, and How You Can Help

Food service supplier 'fluc' promises to extend its service area to Burlingame if enough people sign Bryce Nelson's online petition.

A fluc t-shirt. Credit: blog.fluc.com
A fluc t-shirt. Credit: blog.fluc.com
UPDATE WEDNESDAY 10:00 AM
(The number of signatures has nearly doubled to 84, and Bryce needs 166 more to bring fluc to Burlingame.)

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(Original story)
A Burlingame man is using the power of social media hoping to bring change to his personal life and perhaps the culinary lives of many that live near him.

Petitioning Fluc:

Bring (your) food delivery service to Burlingame, CA

Food delivery is hot business in Silicon Valley, where techies want good food but don't want to cook.

Patch reader Bryce Nelson is a fond customer of fluc (Food Lovers United Corp), a food delivery service that currently keeps within the Menlo Park and Palo Alto borders. Nelson's starting a petition on change.org asking fluc to extend their range, and bring their $5.95 per order food delivery service to Burlingame.

TechCrunch wrote about fluc, a Silicon Valley startup, in July, saying the company "wants to differentiate itself mainly by the ability to customize your orders, and the fact that they do only food."

When fluc saw Bryce Nelson's posting on change.org, he noted their response:

**UPDATE** Fluc has messaged me saying that if we reach 250 signatures from Burlingame people, they will open up in the Burlingame area. This is for real now!

By Monday night at 5:30 p.m., Bryce had 46 signatures. That's when he wrote to Patch.

You can help bring FLUC food delivery service to Burlingame by signing Bryce Nelson's petition here.  

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