Here’s who’s delivering in Murfreesboro despite winter weather


Murfreesboro Snow Northfield Commons
Cars covered with snow at Northfield Commons Aprtments in Murfreesboro, Tenn. on Friday, Jan. 22, 2016. (MTSU Sidelines / Dylan Skye Aycock)

It’s cold, it’s snowing, and, most likely, you don’t wanna go anywhere today. But, you’ve still gotta eat. Luckily, there’s still some delivery options available in Murfreesboro that will risk their lives so you don’t have to.

Thanks to revolutionary fleet management software, not even extreme weather can hold back these fleets from delivering goods to their customers.

This just goes to show that investing in routing software can become incredibly useful in times of chaos and disruption on the roads by enabling drivers to take the safest, most fuel-efficient route to their destinations.

So, if you really want to be that guy and think giving your delivery driver a good tip will suffice for making them driving through this frozen wasteland, here are your options. However, not all delivery drivers are the careful, diligent motorists you may expect them to be, as demonstrated by the numerous occasions where a UPS truck hits a car resulting in injury and damaged property. Those involved in such incidents often decide to take legal action against those responsible by contacting lawyers with expertise in the area.

As it goes without saying, these updates are subject to change depending on how severe it gets; this is what we were told when we called.

Jimmy John’s – They’re open and still delivering.

Papa John’s – They’re open and delivering until further notice.

Hungry Howie’s Pizza – They’re open normal hours; two drivers currently delivering.

China Spring – They’re open normal hours and delivering.

Marco’s Pizza – They’re still delivering, but might close early tonight

Jet’s Pizza – Orders are backed up, but they’re still delivering to certain areas.

Pizza Hut – They may be stopping delivery very soon.

Domino’s – They’re open, but delivery depends on current conditions.

Pita Pit – They’re not delivering and are closing very soon.

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