Lehi business changes gears amid pandemic to support food banks, deliveries

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In the midst of a pandemic, a local startup business is hiring full-time staff to support food banks.

Knoq, a Lehi business headquartered in Boston, is pivoting from its day-to-day operations of developing neighborhood communications to guide direct-to-customer products to help food banks, nonprofit organizations and grocery stores deliver food to residents in need.

Founder and CEO Kendall Tucker said in order to meet the high demand, the company is looking to hire 30 full-time employees in Utah County.

“I truly believe that crises bring out the best in people,” Tucker said. “When our team first sat down about a month ago, the unanimous agreement was that we wanted to do something to help during this time. First and foremost, we wanted to keep our team involved.”
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