Starship Robots’ seasonal robots now roam US campuses and UK cities
San Francisco (October 31, 2022) — Halloween is here. That means candy, costumes, and walking pumpkins. If you scratched your head at that last one, you may not have visited the many university campuses and cities in the US, UK, and Europe where “Pumpkinbots” make deliveries. For a limited time, these orange bots are making deliveries, courtesy of Starship Technologies, the world’s leading provider of automated delivery services.
Although numerous sightings have already been reported, many Pumpkinbots have escaped and remain missing. Starship Technologies is offering a reward to anyone who can help find one of her fleeing PumpkinBots and help her return safely.
Pumpkin bots are an elusive breed. Unlike Ghostbusters, you can’t specifically call them, but if you order through the Starship Food Delivery app, available for iOS and Android, chances are one of them will show up with your food.
“Later last week, during a routine safety update on a stormy night, several robots slipped from their charging cables and went out into the wild,” Starship Technologies marketing manager Charlie Holway said in a statement. But unlike all other Starship robots, we are unable to track these robots to the nearest inch, so we are appealing to the public to help us locate them. Masu.”
“All jokes aside, we want people to have fun and celebrate Halloween with robots, so Starship is offering a reward to anyone who finds the elusive Pumpkinbot,” Charlie said. added.
“We will give away a free robot delivery promo code to anyone who reports a sighting in their neighborhood and shares a photo to prove their discovery with the hashtag #pumpkinbot.”