GrubHub’s famous “The Food You Love” campaign was an enormous success for the company launching its IPO. This national campaign was distributed through out-of-home advertising, transit ads in Chicago, New York, Philadelphia, and Los Angeles, digital ads, television spots, and social media posts — winning a Chicago Bronze Addy Award for Integrative Campaigns.


Creative Marketing Coordinator



2010 – 2013

$2.1 Billion IPO

Due to the tremendous company success and growth, in 2013 GrubHub achieved a $2.1 billion IPO and acquired its largest competitor, Seamless.

The company would eventually go on to sell to global competitor JustEat for $13 billion.


Bronze Addy Award

Integrative Campaign


Bronze Addy Award

Digital Advertising


Out-of-Home Ads


Along with “The Food You Love” campaign, in 2012 GrubHub launched an innovative way for restaurants to receive orders. Today, it’s commonplace, but GrubHub set the trend OrderHub, a tablet hub specifically designed only for GrubHub orders.


Social Media Content

Before GrubHub was a publicly-traded company, I launched its social channels and ran various marketing campaigns across all media. These social media campaigns were a focal point in GrubHub’s marketing efforts at the time,  helping increase revenue 100% year-over-year and assisting in the acquisition of several competitors like MenuPages, Campusfoods, and Seamless.

YOY Engagement Increase

YOY Follower Increase

YOY Revenue Increase

In 2013, I created an April Fools’ Day campaign, KibbelHub. It was a huge success, increasing fan engagement on social channels and attracting new customers partially through the philanthropic aspect of donating $2 for each “early sign up” to animal shelters, resulting in over $10,000 in donations.

The campaign gained recognition from AdWeek and was promoted as one of their top 25 “Best Brand Hoaxes of 2013.”


“Best Brand Hoaxes of 2013”

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