Dallas Courier Service Blog

Hot Shot Delivery Dallas: Hispanic Heritage Month - Roberto Clemente

In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, our Hot Shot Delivery Dallas blogs have been dedicated to some of the most influential Hispanics in American history. This week, we’re taking you out to the ballgame as we bring you a mini-biography on a real hot shot in history, Roberto Clemente.

Dallas Hot Shot Courier Service: Stop Buggin’ Me!

Our Dallas Hot Shot Courier Service can think of a million reasons why summer is the best season for Texans. Wakeboarding on the lake. Barbequing by the pool. Watermelon seed spitting contests. While we can’t agree on the best thing about summer, what our Dallas Hot Shot Courier Service can agree on is the worst thing about summer: bugs.

Same Day Deliveries Dallas: Spring Musts

Is Texas playing tricks on me or is spring lasting way longer than it is supposed to? Texas has two seasons: hot and not as hot. After winter ends, we usually jump right back into the 100 plus degree temperatures. We don't often get the chance to relish cool, springtime weather.

On Demand Deliveries Dallas: A Library and Road Closures?

There aren't many times in history where a library can put a whole city on pause... unless that library is a Presidential library. When a Presidential libarary opens, it is a big deal - a really big deal. Presidential libraries are there to honor a President's legacy. Their main function is to preserve and make available the papers, records, collections and other historical materials from Presidents. The first Presidential library was built for Herbert Hoover. Every president since then has had a library built for him.

24 Hour Deliveries Dallas: Root, Root, Root...

For the Rangers!!

Same Day Deliveries Dallas: P is for Puck and Plan & Protection

P is for puck... as in hockey puck. P is also for plan... as in planning ahead and protecting yourself.

On Demand Deliveries Dallas: A Super Recap

34 - 31.

On Demand Deliveries Dallas: Woof Woof!

Man's best friend.

Dallas Courier: A Golden Night

Around this time every year, I start regretting not seeing more movies. And then I remember that going to the movies is at least 30 bucks for just my husband and me! For some, you may be able to get away with only spending about $22, but I HAVE to have popcorn and a coke. So a night at the movies is a fancy treat at our house. But awards season always makes me wish every night was a movie night.

Rush Deliveries Dallas: A Johnny Football Kind of Day