DENVER (AP) – In a story May 31 about a delivery of donuts by drone in Denver, The Associated Press erroneously reported the first name of a spokesman for LaMar’s Donuts. The spokesman’s name is Temi Osifodunrin, not Tami Osifodunrin.
A corrected version of the story is below:
Doughnut delivery by drone in Denver is a peek at the future
A company has delivered boxes of doughnuts via drone to Denver’s mayor, city police and fire departments
By P. SOLOMON BANDA
DENVER (AP) – Doughnuts were delivered Wednesday by drone to Denver’s mayor and the city’s police and fire departments in an event that provided a glimpse into what companies hope will be a quick, inexpensive way to get merchandise to customers.
Denver’s LaMar’s Donuts hired Austin, Texas-based company Drone Dispatch to deliver four boxes of doughnuts using piloted drones flown from parking lots within a block of the delivery targets.
LaMar’s spokesman Temi Osifodunrin said