Dallas Courier Service Blog

Dallas Courier: Recipe for a Grand Slam

Kinsler, Andrus, Hamilton, Beltre, Young, Napoli, Moreland, Murphy, Gentry, Snyder, Gonzalez. Now that is quite the batting line-up.

Going Local for Dallas Deliveries


Couriers Dallas: Happy Texas Independence Day

Texas, Our Texas! all hail the mighty State!
Texas, Our Texas! so wonderful so great!
Boldest and grandest, withstanding ev'ry test
O Empire wide and glorious, you stand supremely blest.

DFW Couriers: From Resolution to REALITY.

Welcome, 2012! We said goodbye to 2011 (it was a great year, but it was time), and we rang in 2012. With champagne in one hand, a streamer in the other and smooch on the lips, there really is not better way to kick off a new year. Oh, except for resolutions.

Couriers Dallas: Seasons Givings

Join us in celebrating Christmas in the best way of all: giving. Our courier services Dallas team is running a canned food drive to benefit Our Calling, a ministry in Dallas that supports those who are homeless an in need. We can’t do it without the help of you, our loyal clients! The task is simple: collect canned goods at your office, and when our DFW couriers come by to make a delivery, we will take the canned goods. Then, just before Christmas, we will drop them off at Our Calling. In the spirit of Christmas, here is a story to remind us all of the importance of putting others first this Christmas season.

Dallas Food Deliveries: T-Day Treats!

Pumpkin pie, fresh turkey, stuffing, corn, buttered rolls, green bean casserole, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, apple cider, pecan pie, sweet potatoes… Thanksgiving! Turkey day is literally a table full of things that tasty and delicious!

How Can Courier Companies Dallas Help You?

I hate laundry. But I love making laundry lists. No, not a list to help me keep track of my laundry. A laundry list – as in a long, long list of things.

Dallas Courier: Competing at Miss Universe

There is always a lot of hype about the Miss Universe pageant. I can’t imagine what it would be like to be crowned the queen of this universe. You’re likely gorgeous, talented and smart. Or at least let’s hope so.

Get Smart: Dallas Courier & School Zones

Hello, school year. When I think of the school year, the following things pop into my mind (and they are fond memories, might I add): Elmer’s Glue, sparkly pencils, new backpack, new shoes, hand-me-down uniform fittings, new friends, old friends, P.E. horrors, new teacher excitement, folders, carpooling buddies… can you tell I loved the first day of school? Call me a dork, but I always loved going to school.

A Portrait of the Dedicated Person as a Dallas Courier

Ever heard of James Joyce? Sheesh! People just don’t read good literature anymore. If you know who Joyce is, then please disregard the previous comment. If you don’t know who he is, then you need to read more! No offense.