What an honorable evening for our Metro Courier team. On August 30, 2019 we were awarded the Inspirational Values & Community Partner Award by Spirit Aerosystems. Delivering for Spirit for over 14 years has been an unbelievable experience and a joy for our company. Here’s to continuing “going there” for our community and our amazing partner! Cheers!
Watch now! This fun and upbeat video tells a little bit about the history of Metro Courier, its leaders, and its impact in the Wichita community, Kansas, and surrounding states. Shot by the incredibly talented guys from Method Productions and originally premiered at the 2019 Honors Night by the Wichita Regional Chamber of Commerce.
Metro Courier is the Chamber’s 2019 Over the Years award recipient, in recognition of their long-standing performance as a good business citizen and as a contributor to our area’s economic well-being.
The Over the Years award is given to companies and organizations that have exhibited a long-standing performance as good business citizens and are major contributors to our area’s economic well-being. For the heartfelt speeches of the night, click here.
Following a tradition started in 1963, the Wichita Regional Chamber of Commerce will celebrate its annual Honors Night event on Thursday, April 25. Honors Night recognizes an outstanding individual, an exceptional young professional, exemplary corporate citizens, exceptional commitment to the community, and a striking architectural achievement. The recipients of the 2019 Over the Years award are Metro Courier, Inc. and Wichita Public Schools USD 259. The Over the Years award recognizes businesses and institutions with long-standing performances as good corporate citizens and major contributors to the community’s economic well-being; displaying leadership, innovation and community involvement. Thank you for the honor, Wichita Regional Chamber of Commerce!
For the full article, click here.
Our dedicated Metro staff speaks about the caution it takes to deliver in our current weather conditions.
“We want drivers to be very cautious,” said Pat Conner, a manager at Metro Courier of Wichita. “Give a lot of space and take your time.”
Conner says their drivers can log thousands of miles a week, and in the snow, it just takes more time.”
For the full article, visit: https://www.ksn.com/news/local/drivers-deliver-in-kansas-weather/1794949329