Twin brothers find success being ‘Black and Mobile’

David and Aaron Cabello offer free food delivery service from Black-owned restaurants to highlight underrepresented businesses in urban communities.
2:33 | 05/11/21

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Back with the twin brothers and riding to a new level of success by connecting happy customers with black-owned businesses. They are at the helm of "Black and mobile." We are 25 years old. We're identical twins. Me and my brother were working at the bookstore, we were basically janitors and trying to learn things. And somebody told me you could make more money delivering food. On a bike. Make $1100 delivering food. I said if I can make this much just on foot. If I own this company. The first black-owned in the country to deliver to exclusively to black-owned restaurants. Going to get into other markets and just expand more. Going up. We find all the black-owned restaurants in the area, whether they are underrepresented, whether they are popular, you put them on a one platform. It kind of works perfectly, I'm a dispatch. I make sure everything runs smooth. And I'm like the brains of the operation. I kind of set the infrastructure and the system how we're going run the business. My mom does 100% customer service, she does the e-mail, she does the social media. The pandemic honestly, you know, it was a blessing and a curse. No one could do anything but order through a delivery service. We specifically have restaurants we were partnered with shut down have to stop doing deliveries because they weren't getting enough orders or demand was too high. Same with the black lives matter movement. I don't like that it takes for someone to have to be murdered for black businesses to get support. We are just at a disadvantage. Whether getting loans or enough capital to start a business. I always say it is not a trend. But a must. Customers, some of them are in tears. Like, we're so happy. Literally, give me a hug and crying. Thank you for doing what you're doing. We want to show young people you can help your community. You can be community first and you can make money doing it too. You support us, you support the restaurant. You support the driver, if they are black. We hire anybody. And we have a black-owned tech company that developed our system. Four black-owned businesses you can support in one transaction and it's all about circling in the dollar in our community. Group economics. This is what we're about. I love that. And they are doing it right. We have seen so many of these stories just an idea turns into something like this. Great to see. Bravo to them.

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