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10 Things the Pizza Delivery Guy Doesn't Want You to Know

        Lifestyle | Dining Out

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We Really, Really Need Your Business
To cut costs, the delivery guy might use his bike or walk, instead.
To cut costs, the delivery guy might use his bike or walk, instead.
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He may thank you for your business -- a lot. Just like almost every other business out there today, economic woes are eating into restaurant profits across the board. According to YUM! Brand's (Pizza Hut) Chief Executive, David Novak, dinner is one of the hardest hit meals. When you figure in the high cost of fuel that's resulted in bigger surcharges for delivery from many pizza joints, the lowly pizza guy is just glad he isn't cooling his heels back at the shop. Many have turned to alternate methods to deliver your pie. Don't be surprised if your delivery driver rolls up to your house on his bicycle, moped or even on his own two feet. Smart cars could be a good option, too, but the drive will have to make the dough before he can purchase one.


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