Farewell, Vehicle 141, and we’re sorry, Mr. Deer, and we hope the 2 guys who threw you in their trunk appreciated your contribution to sustainably harvested local cuisine.
PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT: BEWARE THE DEER
Another thing to keep in mind is that deer travel in GANGS.
Don’t be distracted watching that one in the field up ahead that just ran across the road, LOOK OUT FOR HIS POSSE BECAUSE THEY’RE POISED TO ATTACK FROM THE SHRUBBERIES.
There were nearly 50,000 vehicle-deer crashes in Michigan in 2012. Only one human was killed in Michigan, but nobody seems to count the deer fatalities. Harsh.
The below recent incident, we can attest, resulted in no human injury except for minor psychological scarring, but today the world is one deer and one Ford Transit less. (Thanks for the photo, Dale!)
Once again, Metro joined in the parade through downtown Ann Arbor and delivered 1000 red-white-and-blue balls to the people of Ann Arbor- Delivered Same Day, on July the 4th.
We’d like to thank the Jaycees for sponsoring this terrific event, as always!
We’ll see you downtown Ann Arbor for the
Ann Arbor Jaycees 4th of July Parade 2013
On Saturday, 4/27/2013, Metro Delivery moved clear across Ann Arbor, from the Southside to the Wild Westside. You probably didn’t even notice, did you?
Because we always come to your place, and you don’t drop around as often as you should…
Eerily empty, isn’t it?
Yes, we even brought that coffin, left to us by the deadbeat coffin salesman…
Where we finally have a REAL LOADING DOCK, Hurray!
The move across town , although short in milage, was massive in the required coordination of our staff to keep all of our systems online, all of our technology enabled, and ensure uninterrupted terrific service for our thousands of weekly customers while we moved a phenomenal amount of equipment, furniture and assets and made the transition, without a hitch.
Kudos and appreciation to the Metro Team for this very critical and successful same-day delivery!
It’s a zippy logo, but instead we took the hat and put it on a penguin. Go Figure.
Thank YOU, Toys for Tots, for the 2,500 children in Washtenaw County that had a better Holiday this year because of your efforts. We’re proud to be of assistance.
One of the great things about driving around all day is finding the free things that people leave at the curb. People throw the most amazing stuff out.
For instance, our glowy Santa was found discarded- orphaned, even- head down in a dumpster, actually- but he’s been brightening our holidays here at Metro for the last three years.
Saved from the landfill and shining on as a proud yard-high beacon of redemption.