Imagine this. Step onto a college campus and you'll see futuristic-looking robots zipping around in the midst of the hustle and bustle. If you look closely you will see that it is one of our space robots busy making deliveries. Our bots are not only revolutionizing the way students dine on campus, but they're also winning the hearts of students and becoming true campus celebrities.
Let's start with Henry Banning of Oregon State University. He is a student who took his love for spaceship robots to the next level. He transformed his car into what he aptly named “Starship Mobile” as a wonderful tribute to our service. Covered in bright Starship decals, his car attracts attention and brings smiles wherever he goes. As Henry says, “I kept seeing them around campus and thought, 'Of course I could do that, that would be cool!'”
Believe it or not, Henry's dedication has caught the eye of our Chief Commercial Officer, Ryan Toohey, who says: , we love it. It's always great to see the enthusiasm students have for our robots. ” Henry's Starship It's no exaggeration to say that his mobile has become an iconic symbol of the special bond between students and robots.
But the love for Starship Robots goes far beyond Oregon State University. Meet Eric Arberg, a University of Texas at Dallas graduate and energetic captain of his UTD Spirit. Eric shared an adorable photo of himself and Temok (UT Dallas' popular mascot) celebrating their graduation with a robot. In his heartfelt message, Eric expressed his deep respect for Starshipbot: “Thank you for always being such a cute part of campus culture 💕.”
It's not just about convenience. The Starship robot has become an essential companion for students like Taylor Kitchen at Bowling Green State University. Throughout her tough college years, these robots provided help when she needed it most. Expressing her gratitude, Taylor says: “Thank you Starship for all the last minute food deliveries we sorely needed and for helping me get through college!” They are like trusted friends and help students It will ensure you never go hungry or miss out on the taste of home.
And when the COVID-19 pandemic confined students to dorms and study spaces, our robots were there to provide comfort and a sense of connection.
Ole Miss graduate Marcy Trahan reflects on the impact: Thank you to all the cute robots that live on campus! ”
It fills us with pride and joy to know that our robots hold a special place in our students' hearts. The unwavering support and gratitude from our students is a constant reminder of the positive impact and lasting legacy our delivery robots have created in just a few years.
We believe in a future where robots will make life easier and more convenient for people around the world. These students are living proof of this vision and offer a glimpse of how our technology will change the world. We feel extremely honored to have had such a profound impact on millions of people around the world, and we are committed to providing not just smiles and convenience, but a brighter and more exciting future. We will continue to maintain this.