Dorothy Lane launches home-delivery service


Dorothy Lane Market is adding home delivery as an option to its online grocery shopping and curbside pick-up service launched earlier this year called DLM Drive-Up.

Groceries can be ordered for deliver at www.DLMDriveUp.com in neighborhoods surrounding the three Dorothy Lane locations in the following zip codes: 45066, 45409, 45419, 45429, 45440, 45458, and 45459, according to a company statement.

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“Right now, we want to focus on the areas nearby our stores and then expand from there,” said Sarah Linville, DLM Drive-Up manager. “With the success of our curbside pick-up, we think this is just an additional way DLM Drive-Up can make people’s lives easier, whether they are crunched for time or are unable to get out of the house for whatever reason.”

Dorothy Lane is offering delivery service at a time when an increasing number of national grocery chains, including Cincinnati-based Kroger, have established their own delivery services and online shopping sites in the local area.

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All grocery orders placed via www.DLMDriveUp.com will be sourced from Dorothy Lane’s Washington Square location for both curbside and home delivery.

Although curbside pick-up is offered seven days a week, delivery will be available from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.

There will be a $5.99 “shoppers fee” added to every order placed for curbside pickup, and a $9.99 fee for home delivery.



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