A new ride share and delivery service launched in Las Vegas Thursday night. The company is called Get Me.
Get Me says they are different than their competitors Uber and Lyft because they offer rides and deliveries all in the same app.
On the home page, you select either "something" or "somewhere" to specify which service you want.
If you would like groceries delivered and your total is about $50, expect to pay an extra $20 to $30 bucks for the fees.
"Vegas seemed like the logical place to go because it's a place of convenience. A lot of tourism, a lot of people in hotels that need something. If you need an In-N-Out burger, we can go and get you In-N-Out and bring it back," said founder Michael Gaubert.
Get Me launched the delivery part of their app Thursday night. They are still working on the ride share license with Nevada. They have 60 drivers.