Alumnus Paul Holland Appointed to Board of Directors for SpoonRocket


 

Alumnus Paul HollandCNN recently announced that JMU alumnus Paul Holland has accepted a position on the board of directors for SpoonRocket - a company that landed $11 million in Series A funding in addition to hiring fine dining chef Barney Brown.

Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, SpoonRocket is a start-up food-delivery company that delivers healthy meals for $8 in ten minutes or fewer. For each meal purchased, SpoonRocket donates the equivalent of one meal through the World Food Program. With the help of top chef Brown, SpoonRocket is expanding its business to offer both lunch and dinner options to larger areas of the San Francisco Bay Area. 

In his position on the board of directors, Holland hopes to help raise awareness and increase sales in order to ensure longevity and prosperity for SpoonRocket.

To read the full article from CNN, click here

Published: Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Last Updated: Wednesday, November 9, 2016

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