Looking for a very easy way to say thank you to those delivery drivers who visit your doorstep during the hot summer months? Get our free delivery driver printable sign and grab a few snacks. It’s that easy.
You can bet many delivery drivers are working overtime the next several days to accommodate the record Amazon Prime Day deliveries. Whether or not you shopped the two-day summer shopping event, it is likely you’ve got something to be delivered in the next few weeks (oh hey, back-to-school shopping). So, why not show some love to everyone from Fed-Ex to USPS with a few snacks and cold drinks when they drop your packages on your doorstep. Get our FREE delivery driver printable so they know the goodies are for them!
You’ve seen this printable before
This free printable is similar to our holiday version but we’ve customized it to be holiday neutral perfect for summertime deliveries.
This small token of gratitude will likely go a long way. We’ve all seen those viral videos of fragile packages being tossed from 20 feet away. Invite those drivers to gently place your items on your porch while they grab a cool drink.
Free Printable = Lots of Thank You’s
I didn’t spend any additional money putting together this thank you basket of treats. Find a basket or bin you have at home already and fill it up with grab-and-go type snacks from your pantry. I filled my basket with protein bars, bags of popcorn, a few individually wrapped candies, a bowl of Cuties oranges and some nice cold bottles of Gatorade and Hint waters.
The only snafu here is summertime heat. Since our deliveries usually arrive between 2pm – 5pm and the porch is blazing in sunlight, I think I’ll swap out the basket for a small cooler. This way I can avoid melting snacks. The other option is to not giveaway snacks that could potentially melt.
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If you use our printable and make a basket for your deliver drivers, please take a photo and tag us on Instagram! We would LOVE to see it in the wild! Please consider sharing this post or saving it to one of your Pinterest boards.