Celebrating International Carrier Day
It’s important we take time today to salute those newspaper carriers, motor route drivers and bundle haulers for their hard work and dependability in making sure The Review reaches your home.
It takes a special kind of dedication and commitment to deliver the newspaper day-in and day-out.
Many readers don’t realize the numerous challenges that face our delivery force, including bad weather, frigid temperatures and vehicle break-downs, just to name a few.
There are even those rare occasions when a carrier makes a conscious decision to postpone personal priorities to ensure timely delivery of your newspaper.
Our carriers and drivers do this because they know how important receiving the daily news is to you.
They also realize that they are delivering more than just a newspaper. They are helping to keep you and your family in touch with your hometown news and community happenings.
Carriers of The Review are proud to bring local, state and national news, local sports, plus special interest sections, valuable savings and so much more, right to your door. They are among the hundreds of thousands of newspaper carriers throughout the world who deliver to 130 million print readers every week.
Today is International Newspaper Carrier Day.
A number of former newspaper carriers have gone on to achieve national prominence in business, entertainment, politics and the press. John Wayne, Warren Buffett and Martin Luther King Jr. are among the former carriers who are now part of the Newspaper Carrier Hall of Fame, which began in 1960 by the International Circulation Managers Association.
International Newspaper Carrier Day is held in conjunction with National Newspaper Week (Oct. 1-7, 2017), now in its 77th year
Please join us in saluting our newspaper carriers, motor route drivers and bundle haulers for their hard work, commitment and dedication in providing outstanding home delivery service.