MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – They served our country with distinction, and now a group of veterans are honored for serving the public.
Troop Delivery started in 2016 to help war veterans find where they belong.
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“At Recruitment, we practice pretty much the same values we practice at Marine Corp: honor, integrity, and duty of respect,” said Jason Anderson.
Working in Okinawa and Somalia, Deniz continues to serve his country by delivering what people need and want.
Anderson is one of more than 400 employees in six different states who proudly work for Soldier Delivery, an Amazon contractor. The company was founded in Mendota Heights by Travis Smith, an Iraqi war veteran, and helps veterans out of the military.
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COO Dean Zuleger says the company’s Championship poster says it all: 50 million packages delivered.
Soldier Delivery is one of the safest contractors Amazon has. Amazon donated $30,000 to Wounded Warriors on behalf of Solider Delivery for all their work.
The battle flags on the office walls here are a constant reminder of the core values that set this company apart from the rest.
“The people I work with, we are a family. I have the same camaraderie as being in service,” Anderson said.
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He hires Troop Delivery, starts paying $20.25 an hour. The company is looking for veterans and others who are committed to serving others respectfully. To apply, Click here.