January :it appears the driver is either snow or skateboarding
Feb:the ups logo seems to be airbrushed in
Mar: my dog is a better photographer
Apr:Good idea, long pants and sleeves in Mexico
May:focus on the young lovers,not the ups driver that needs a shave
Junepen back door,no problem everyone in Cleveland is honest
Julyortugal,winter coat and long pants 4 sizes too big
Aug:nothing to do with UPS,ugly picture
Sept:nice photo actually,my dog must`ve taken it
Oct:a sense of urgency on a one way street
Nov:how creative, photography 101?
Dec:hang on a sec thats THIS year in Denver,hmmm is that bulkhead door open?
they're new, they're beginning their day after a 4 week vacation that was fully paid for by UPS (on top of a UPS paid-for massage the night before), or there is a gun behind their head.Those people in the calenders are never real UPS drivers. You can tell because they're never soaked with sweat and they're always smiling.
truck fuel costs $0.70/litreUpgrade all standard pkgs to expedited level,and absorb the cost .
as a result the excess ground freight could be sent by air when possible and the customer would not hesitate when they need to get something to Penetanguishene by tomorrow.
I can`t argue with that.I did say.when possible. If these planes are less than full ,why not eliminate a truck or two when it happens.truck fuel costs $0.70/litre
jet fuel costs $1.50/litre
trucks arguably burn 100 litres of fuel to go toronto-new york
airplanes burn 100 litres of fuel to taxi from the ramp to the runway
why ship express when you can pay for standard, and hit an upgrade to express for free?