Friday, January 13, 2017 08:47 PM


POLL: Would you use a bicycle delivery service if it were available? No Yes Submit Results No: 50.41% (62) Yes: 49.59% (61) Total Responses: 123 Mark Gardner once toted a 50-pound turkey cooker miles through New York City on his bicycle, impressing his customer so much that Gardner earned a $40 tip after unloading the bulky apparatus at the man's doorstep. "To make a living at it, you have to hustle," Gardner, now a Chattanoogan, said of life in the bicycle courier business. The former bike shop owner, who most recently spent two years working as a bicycle courier on the bustling streets of the Big Apple, is bringing that attitude to the Scenic City now with his new company, Hey Eugene! Gardner' bicycle delivery business will tote just about anything to anyone in his territory - the North Shore and the Southside, and perhaps St. Elmo and Highland Park later. "It's all heart, hustle and muscle," Gardner said Food deliveries from restaurants in the urban core are a prime market for Hey Eugene! but Gardner and the small team of independent contractors he has hired also will ferry documents and other items across town, for individuals or businesses, with ...

News source: Times Free Press

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