Dallas Courier Service Blog

Courier Dallas: 2012 End Times Foods...

No, I am NOT saying the end times are coming (unless the 2012 thing is really true...). I don't know about any nuclear winters, famines or depressions. I just wanted to get your attention. Why? Well, I read this cool article called 11 Emergency Food Items That Can Last a Lifetime, and I thought it was worthy of sharing on our courier Dallas blog. Maybe another Y2K freakout is coming. If so, its better to be safe than sorry.

24 Hour Courier Dallas: Animals We Want To Be

The other night I was with my older sister enjoying a lovely Friday night. Want to know what we were doing? Working, working, and more working – on a Friday night no less! Sometimes working on a Friday night is just part of the deal no matter how hard it may be. Our 24 hour courier Dallas team certainly knows about always being on call. Our Dallas route courier team knows about working hard too. Boy, we’ve got some hard working people on our team!

Delivery Service Dallas Courier – “Me Time”

Me Time. Sounds lovely, doesn’t it? I am willing to bet most of you don’t even know what ‘me time’ is. Our delivery service Dallas Courier team is running around the Metroplex 24 hours a day, seven days a week, so we know how you feel. Even though there don’t seem to be enough hours in a day, ‘me time’ is still vital to your health and sanity.

24 Hour Delivery Dallas – Ancient People Were SMART.

At Dallas Courier, we are admittedly obsessed with time. When you call, we answer in a timely manner. When you need something delivered, it is delivered on time. Not only do we live by time, we work around the clock. That means we are available for 24 hour delivery. Dallas is an up all night kind of city, which means our business never sleeps.

Since time is so important to us and each Dallas delivery route we complete, the history of time is something we know about. Courier services have essentially been around for ages, and they have all operated based on time. In Rome, there were ‘running footmen’ who carried messages for the wealthy people – politicians, land owners, etc. In colonial America, men on horseback carried information from town to town – which was critical in the Revolutionary War.