The short answer is this...no. But it probably should have an asterisk next to that answer. In case you missed it, Denny's announced plans to have a 24-hour delivery service from coast-to-coast at their restaurants. According to Nation's Restaurant News, for the launching of this new service, Denny's will offer the service in about half their restaurants...
The way people shop over the holidays has certainly changed in the last few decades. For me, I would much rather sit in the comfort of my home and browse the internet and order online, instead of fighting the crowds in the big stores.
A Japanese company known for its whiskey and other alcoholic beverages delivered a supply of their drink to the International Space Station. The whiskey arrived with 10,000 pounds of cargo that included space walking equipment, an emergency breathing kit and toilet wiring.
A group of real estate agents where holding an agents meeting in Ann Arbor, Michigan and ordered a pizza. Agents from Keller Williams Reality all pitched in to pay for the pizza and the tip. What a tip it was.
David Bastar stole a bread truck in New York recently from Grimaldi’s Home of Bread on Manhattan’s Upper East Side while the driver was making a delivery. After Bastar stole the truck, he continued to make the deliveries.
It’s amazing to think that milk first appeared in glass bottles for the first time in the United States 1879 and was a big improvement in hygiene and convenience. Before milk came in a bottle, people would buy it as a bulk item usually from a keg or bucket and put it in any type of container they had. The new method of delivery caught on fast with some states requiring milk to be sold in a bottle