View Poll Results: how much are you tipping UPS or fed/Ex driver for holidays

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  • zero, they get paid enough

    59 55.66%
  • 1 to 10 ... cookies or cash minimum gesture

    19 17.92%
  • 11 to 20

    10 9.43%
  • 21 to 50

    11 10.38%
  • over 50

    7 6.60%
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  1. #91
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    Quote Originally Posted by VolunteerSign View Post
    Great (at least I thought so) tipping story. I owned a restaurant for a number of years. One day one of the waitresses didn't show up for work so I waited tables. I had a party of about 8 come in and I served them. When they started to pay the bill they handed me a $20 tip. I said, "1st off I'm the owner and you don't have to tip me. 2nd I suck as a waitress".

    Without missing a beat the customer said "It's my money I can tip whomever I wish..and you are right you do suck as a waitress".


    There would have been a draft with how fast that $20 would've returned to my wallet.

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    These were fantastic people who went on to put me in touch with the good folks at Maker's Mark who declare they have the first right of refusal to buy the recipe for my BBQ sauce lol.

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    We are dropping these off to our 200 active customers and about 100 prospective ones.
    If there is more than one person in office that we need to spiff we run out and get another one or two.

    we also gave to Fed/Ex driver, UPS and mailman. They seemed happy to me.

    Our cost is about $12.

    https://www.facebook.com/#!/photo.ph...r&notif_t=like

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    so are those arrow things with bad script font your logo?

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    College Sophomore WeekendDirectionals's Avatar
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    I could use the script font from the lower part of this sign but on a four foot high sign it's unidentifiable.

    Anyway no need for a

    Let's all spread some cheer for the holidays.
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    Here we go lol

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    We always had the same UPS guy and we always baked him cookies or fudge or anything really, he was a good guy and joked with me when i ordered a package under Captain Chris Wagner, PHD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chriswagner92 View Post
    We always had the same UPS guy and we always baked him cookies or fudge or anything really, he was a good guy and joked with me when i ordered a package under Captain Chris Wagner, PHD.
    ..tipping UPS or fed/Ex driver for holidays-rising-grave-gif

  9. #99
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    i always tip the ups driver

    they always accommodate us if we are a few minutes late, getting pickups ready
    or some other problem

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    15-20 years ago I would absolutely do something for my UPS guy. He was my regular driver and would go above and beyond to get there as early as possible and make sure I got the package if I wasn't at the shop. I had his cell number and could call and schedule for him to meet me at his next stop if I really needed a package quickly.

    Now everything is automated -- the stops on their routes are determined by computer. You never know when they'll arrive. Seems I get a different driver each time. It's gotten so bad that if I'm expecting something, I'll call the local office and have them hold it at will-call so I can pick it up myself first thing in the morning.

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    I didn't even know you were suppose to tip? Never done it.

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