When people can’t go out, they order in. The cold and snowy weather makes for busy nights for delivery drivers around our area, who say it’s a challenge when weather like this hits.
“I always treat it like we’re the mailman – it’s what we do,” said Angelo’s Pizza driver Troy Gilliand during the snow storm that gripped our area earlier this month.
Delivery drivers said they ask that if it is snowing, that you dig out a path for them, and be ready when they get there, so they don’t have to stand out in the cold.
News 5’s Jon Rudder asked on Twitter if food deliveries should continue in the extreme cold – here are the surprising results:
It’s brutal cold again this morning, and many people don’t want to leave the house. That means delivery for dinner...— Jon Rudder (@JonRudder) January 31, 2019
Should food deliveries continue in the extreme cold?
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