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Q&A: When to Use Scheduled Deliveries Dallas

In working for courier services Dallas, I literally see it all. I see clients who use us once a month to clients who use our delivery services DFW 15 times per day. I also hear a lot of questions circulate around our home office from customers - when should I set up an account, how many times can I call per day for deliveries, should I set up a route delivery?

The one I plan on focusing on today is the last question - should I set up a route delivery.

Dallas Courier Services: Cowboy Up!

We love Dallas sports teams. If you are one of our loyal blog readers, this should come as no surprise. We are always blogging about whatever teams are playing, and in case you've been living under a giant rock... football is back!! You know what we also love about football season, we often get to handle Dallas deliveries including Dallas Cowboys football tickets!

We have quite a few diehard Cowboys fans at Dallas Courier. They sport their Romo jerseys often, and I imagine that quite a few will be going out this weekend to buy Ogletree jerseys (I know I will be!).

St. Patty’s Day & On Demand Deliveries?

Question: What do these things have in common: Limousine, Champagne, Tuxedo & Ascot?

Scheduled Deliveries Dallas Team: Grammy Goodness

The Grammy’s. A night to celebrate music, fashion, talent and lack thereof. The red carpet glistened with the classy, timeless, gorgeous looks of Carrie Underwood, Taylor Swift, Adele and Jennifer Hudson. It frightened us a bit with the overdone, crazed, attention-craving looks of Fergie, Gaga, and Nicki Minaj.

Benefits of Scheduled Deliveries Dallas

Route Couriers Dallas: How to Be On-Time

As time specialists, we get asked all of the time about just how we do it. For many people, being on time is a near impossibility. You say Thanksgiving dinner begins at 6:30, they will arrive at 7:15. The movie starts at 3:15, they arrive at 3:28.

What’s the Point: Dallas Scheduled Deliveries?

What’s the point, what’s the point, what’s the point?