Newspaper Carrier

Wyoming Tribune Eagle   Cheyenne, WY   Contract     Delivery / Courier
Posted on November 6, 2020

NEWSPAPER CARRIERS WANTED – Start earning cash immediately! 

  • $250 sign on Bonus!
  • A job that really delivers! 

We are looking for a variety of enthusiastic, motivated people to join our growing team.

Routes are currently available in these Cheyenne areas:

  • Bar X and The Pointe – Earn approximately $1,000/month
  • Sunnyside and Evans Addition – Earn approximately $800/month
  • Sunrise Pointe – Earn approximately $800/month
  • Orchard Valley and Sweetgrass – Earn approximately $1,300/month
  • West Edge – Earn approximately $800/month
  • Downtown and Capitol Complex – Earn approximately $600/month

Plus, our generous readers tip for excellent service. Newspaper carriers are independent contractors. Run your own business delivering a great product to great customers!

Delivery days are 5 days a week, Wednesday to Sunday, work 2-4 hours a day, early mornings delivering the Wyoming Tribune Eagle. Must be 18 years old, have a valid driver's license and dependable vehicle with valid insurance. Delivery deadlines are 6am Tues-Fri and 7am Sat-Sun. Deliveries need to be completed in a timely manner during good and inclement weather. Papers are picked up at the Wyoming Tribune Eagle.

Join the team of dedicated individuals that bring the news to Cheyenne. In just a few hours a day, you can make extra money without having to give up your present job or miss school.

About Wyoming Tribune Eagle:

Enjoy all that Cheyenne has to offer - from cowboy boots to hiking shoes and mountain bikes. Work where you live, and be home every day after work. No state income tax. No commuter traffic. Enjoy world class fishing and hunting and work for one of the cornerstones of Cheyenne and Wyoming for over 150 years.

On September 19, 1867, Nathan Addison Baker published Vol. 1, No.1 of The Cheyenne Leader, the Tribune's earliest predecessor, in the boomtown of Cheyenne. Baker's Leader recorded Indian massacres, activities of the vigilantes who took the law into their own hands and the great fire of 1870, which burned much of the town.

Today, with circulation of about 14,000 daily and 14,750 Sunday, the Wyoming Tribune Eagle is Wyoming's second-largest daily newspaper and its largest locally owned newspaper.

Headquartered in Cheyenne, our paper is distributed throughout southeast Wyoming, and into western Nebraska, with the majority of our circulation within Laramie County.

The newspaper is a labor- and capital-intensive business with around 100 full-time employees and 30 part-time employees. Each year we invest a great deal of time and money in keeping our facility on the front lines of technology, to produce the area's best up to date source of news and information.

The Wyoming Tribune Eagle is striving more than ever to better our community, staying involved in community events and activities and donating money and in-kind support to various community organizations. 

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