Monday, July 20, 2009

Need groceries?

If you need fresh fruits and vegetables, breads, cereals, pasta and many other grocery items, simply logon to the internet. This is the neighborhood COBORNS delivery guy who brings orders through our area on assigned days. It's actually not much more expensive than driving to the store and hauling it home yourself. (Sorry, I don't think they will deliver to Liechtenstein!)

www.cobornsdelivers.com!

22 comments:

  1. bonne initiative, de plus en plus les gens se font livres. Les grands magasins ont prévus, si la grippe A devient trop violente, de ne faire que des livraisons à domicile
    good initiative, more and more people make pounds. Department stores envisaged, if influenza A becomes too violent, to make only home deliveries

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  2. Hello Mr Delivery Man! How about Manila? I could use grocery delivery! Love the truck!

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  3. Delivery service was very popular in Paris, ad many apartments don't have lifts. It was especially helpful when you ordered several packs of bottled water.

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  4. This sounds like such a practical idea. Love how colourful this photo is.

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  5. that's a great service, quite catchy advertisement they have!

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  6. We had a couple of enterprises that tried this. Unfortunately, they did not succeed. I hope these guys have more luck.

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  7. ...was, er liefert nicht bis nach Liechtenstein?? :-))

    Solche Hauslieferdienste sind hier in Liechtenstein noch überhaupt nicht populär. Es ist einfacher, wenn man selber einkaufen geht, da alle Geschäfte schnell zu erreichen sind.

    Aber Leif, "Coop" bietet auch einen Hauslieferdienst an.

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  8. I would use that service sometimes if we had it here! I like the colorful truck.

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  9. well, he can have my address any time. It is dinner time here, and my fridge is getting bare!

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  10. Liefert er nach Berlin? :-)
    Herzliche Grüsse von mir aus Berlin

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  11. I try not to use the delivery service, as over here they seem to only put about 2 things into a carrier bag and it's so wasteful. But a few years ago when I broke my foot and couldn't go shopping it was a lifeline!
    Jackie

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  12. and what about Poznan?:) thats so cool when someone is too busy or live far from the shop:)

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  13. Some of our grocery stores do the same thing, one of them being Publix. Such a service is a real boon for elderly folks or handicapped people who can't get out or drive.

    Nice photo, Safe Leif!

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  14. Hi,
    About your question for visiting Mr. President in Mashhad I should say, No! I never go to visit him, a man who I hate!

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  15. This is a difficult business and it's all about trust. Bringing the right quality goods in a timely fashion, transported in the right temperature, delivered with a smile and we still don't want to pay more than we do at the store.

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  16. I love the desing of the grocery car!

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  17. Does it work to Avignon ? !!!

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  18. Very cool painting on the truck!

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  19. Yes, both grocery guys are similar .... brilliant in yellow Leif.

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  20. I'd like something like this. The livery of the truck is great!

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  21. Very neat. I think a local grocery store here tried that a few years ago but it didn't work out.

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