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Don’t Forget Who Brought Your Bread!

I am admittedly a man of many pet peeves and I am trying to make my list smaller.  But today, my list got one bigger.  I do have an issue with some of the decisions made by those involved in the storms in the Southeastern part of the United States.

Our drivers work for more than us.  They work for society.  They bring you the things you need to live.  They are trying to do their job safely and yet make sure that society has things they need.

Remember, if you need water, food or supplies; it comes by a truck.  It seems that every time there is a storm, everyone buys enough to live 90 days.  Therefore, the shelves go empty very quickly.  Remember that guy in the truck, he is taking that load of whatever you need, because you don’t want to hear that one isn’t available.

Lastly, I beg everyone in this industry for your common sense.  We have people that are delivering to their locations in Atlanta today.  One customer is telling us to leave their property and the cops are attempting to ticket our drivers because they are driving.  If we are good enough to bring your bread, don’t forget that driver who brought it.  Furthermore, if he is good enough to bring it; allow him the corner of your yard until your governor says we can drive again.

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