To be local or not to be local – that is the question!
Now, many on our courier Dallas team are golf fans, so around here, people were getting pretty excited about the tournament. Our courier Dallas President was raised by a golf addict, so of course, he likes golf too. So, as a part of this courier Dallas team, I knew it was my duty to experience the Masters and actually pay attention. Eagle, par, birdie… these words meant nothing to me until this weekend. That all changed. I enjoyed the game and more importantly, I learned the game of golf.
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!
The biggest football game of the year is less than a month away (February 6). With all of the tourists that will be in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, it’s high time we know a thing or two about the stadium watched around the world.
Today is the day we have all been looking forward to for quite a few weeks now. Today is Thanksgiving! Our Dallas delivery team wants to take time today to be voice what we are thankful for. Here our some of the things on our list:
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.