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New York mag tries Manhattan hand-delivery

Crains New York – 2012-09-28

New York magazine is trying to remedy rising postal costs and slower postal deliveries by distributing many subscriber copies by hand—at least for Manhattan subscribers with doormen. After a test than began in May, sparked by concerns that post-office cutbacks would only continue to worsen, New York is now rolling out hand delivery to doorman buildings and commercial addresses in Manhattan. "Hand delivery means you'll get New York on Monday mornings—earlier than is possible by U.S....
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