By Marc Lutz 

Increased demand could lead to delayed deliveries during holidays

 

November 24, 2021

Marc Lutz/Wrangell Sentinel

Chris Booker has co-owned C&D Deliveries since April 2019 with his wife, Dixie, putting in up to 50 hours a week delivering packages.

It's commonplace in most communities to see a big, brown delivery van lumbering down the street, or parked curbside with its hazard lights blinking. In Wrangell, the familiar UPS brand is replaced by a white cargo van belonging to C&D Deliveries.

The family owned service puts in a lot of hours, especially during the holidays, to ensure people receive their packages despite adverse weather, unknown addresses or unfamiliar names.

Since April 30, 2019, when Chris Booker and his wife, Dixie, started C&D Deliveries and took over the Lynden UPS contract, the company has averaged between 250 to 40...



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