Updates and Shipping Tips from Hot Shot Delivery

The Longest Delivery Ever (At Least as Far as Pizza’s Concerned)

Monday, April 30th, 2012

Some deliveries are made just for the purpose of making them. Just one of those deliveries took place between June 28th and July 1st, 2006, when Paul Fenech traveled just over 12,346 miles from Opera Pizza in Wellington New Zealand to Madrid, Spain to hand deliver a pizza.

Unless he had a heck of a warmer, we’re guessing it was cold when it got there.

We don’t usually deliver pizza because we don’t make the stuff. We also don’t send our own delivery personnel across the world. But we can get your package en route to somewhere a few thousand miles away in a matter of moments. Hot Shot’s next flight out delivery service is dependable, consistent, and most importantly, fast.

And when you need to deliver something more important than pizza, that’s important.

So the next time you need to get a pizza from Houston to New York, contact us to get it on the next flight out. Just don’t expect it to be hot when it gets there.