Great Gig for Good Guys in New England
New England has many appeals: diverse neighborhoods, museums, architecture, sports, food, the harbor, and the people. But you can bet that no one has ever put “traffic” on that list.
PICKUP was born when CEO Brenda Stoner noticed there were a lot of pickup trucks on the road in her hometown, but they weren’t doing much hauling. They were mostly sitting stuck in the morning commute. She also knew that delivery services for big and heavy retail items were in demand. Then she thought, what if the folks driving those trucks were good people, and wanted to earn some extra cash in the deal?
PICKUP is in New England to bring new opportunities for good people looking for extra income by working as little or as much as they want, and when they want. PICKUP Good Guys are fully vetted delivery people that provide reliable same day/scheduled delivery service for national and area retail customers.
We asked New England Good Guy Jake L. what he loves about working for PICKUP:
“It fits into everything else I’m doing and I am my own boss. I can do it when I want. It’s convenient.” Also, “It’s always worth it driving into Boston.”
Garrett J., New England Good Guy, says “I get to utilize my pickup, help other people, and I love the flexibility.”
Good Guys in New England specialize in navigating the city’s traffic, but also getting big and heavy items like sofas and love seats in and out of unique buildings, old apartments and, shall we say, “historical” stairways.
New England Good Guys also know how to keep a sense of humor about a challenge. Garrett Joyce once had to get a high dresser through a tight space which required a special move he calls “The Macarena.”
Trucks and vans weren’t exactly built for zipping around town, they were built to haul. And as anyone who owns one knows, you’ll probably end up helping your neighbors at some point. The question is, why not get paid for it?
PICKUP Good Guys are fully vetted delivery people that provide reliable same day/scheduled delivery service for retail customers.