Cloud of Goods Introduces On-Demand Delivery Service


(San Francisco, CA)–California-based Cloud of Goods, the travel goods rental platform, has introduced their on-demand delivery service for those visiting and vacationing in the San Francisco area. With their Uber/Postmates like on-demand delivery service, anyone can get strollers, wheelchairs, mobility scooters, and even baby car seat rental san francisco delivered straight to their exact location, within a 2-hour time frame. Customers can conveniently make online equipment rental reservations for their items, or they can give Cloud of Goods a call at 415-634-7919 if they have questions or would like to speak with someone to make the rental reservation. Cloud of Goods delivers to San Francisco hotels, the SFO airport, or any other location in the San Francisco including AirBnB homes or San Francisco hostels.

Punsri Abeywickrema, the founder & CEO of Cloud of Goods, commented “As a city, San Francisco has topped many ‘best of’ lists, and with good reason. It’s a great place to live and to visit and has a little bit of something for everyone. However, we know that having to lug bulky gear everywhere can bring down even the most exciting outing or trip, making it more difficult to have fun. The good news is that Cloud of Goods is here to lighten the load of travel and make it easier for you to enjoy the conveniences of home without over packing. We offer on-demand delivery services for wheelchair or stroller rental san francisco, offering even camping and most major sports equipment rentals. Our on-demand delivery service makes it easy for you to get your rental gear delivered to you easily. Plus, picking it up in San Francisco makes it easier for you to enjoy the conveniences of home without having to overpack or being charged oversized luggage fees. You always want to leave room for some souvenirs in your bags. An added advantage is that you avoid the risk of an airline losing your baby stroller or car seat.”

Visitors (or residents) in the area in need of wheelchair rental san francisco can visit to browse the gear including standard wheelchair rentals, transport wheelchair rentals, electric wheelchair rentals, knee scooter rentals, walker rentals, mobility scooter rentals, and other rental gear such as baby gear and sports/outdoor rental gear. Online reservation is available, which means that the Cloud of Goods team can have the rented gear waiting at the specified location as soon as the renter lands at the airport or arrives at their hotel. Renters can rest assured that Cloud of Goods guarantees that all of their rental gear is clean and of high-quality.

As Abeywickrema goes on to say, “Because they have our service right at their fingertips, people can plan their dream vacation or perfect outing without having to worry about how they’re going to pack and carry everything they need in San Francisco. With San Francisco’s beautiful coastline, wild rich mountains, and great city life, it’s our mission to give people the freedom to enjoy it all while they’re here.”

About Cloud of Goods:

Cloud of Goods delivers on travelers’ needs. An online rental marketplace, Cloud of Goods is the go-to platform where travelers can conveniently borrow baby equipment, mobility gear, sports & outdoor gear. Their mission is to make travel easy by enabling travelers’ access to all the gear they want at their destination. Currently, Cloud of Goods operates in the San Francisco bay area, with plans to expand nationally soon.


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