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Delivery Drivers Staying Warm in the Bitter Cold
CLINTONVILLE (Tara Morgan) -- Pizza delivery drivers bundle up as business picks up on bitter cold nights.
Clintonville Pizza Primo driver Andy Morris layers on the clothes for pizza deliveries.
"Let's see long underwear I got shirt and pants pants on top of that and two jackets on gloves and a hat it's really all you can do," said Morris.
Business owner Eric Rummel says deliveries spike when there's single digit temperatures for long periods of time.
"Deliveries have definitely jumped pickups stay about the same maybe even dipped down a little bit people don't want to brave the elements," said Rummel.
But Rummel makes sure his drivers stay safe.
"I give them a call about an hour or two before work and ask them to start their car just to make sure everything's working properly," said Rummel.
Rummel says when the temperatures drop the tips go up.