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New “Day Runner” App by Master P — Potential Bigger Than Uber!

Wall Street is ready for this On-Demand Transportation company.

Day Runner is a ride share and delivery app that connects users with the industry’s most professional contractors for fast, and reliable service.

Nationwide — Businessman Percy “Master P” Miller, Marvin Walker, and the Day Runner Technology Team have created an app that’s a game changer for the fast-paced courier and delivery service customer. Day Runner is ready for Wall Street and investors are eager to get in on the boom with the privately held American on-demand transportation company that has the potential to be bigger than Uber.

Day Runner is more than a ride share and delivery app that connects users with the industry’s most professional contractors for fast, and reliable service. Day Runner not only provides 24 hour around-the-clock rides and delivery service that individuals and business owners alike need, the app also assists with a wide variety of needs that include but are not limited to: supplies picked up and delivered before opening and/or close of business; meal deliveries; vehicle dropped off to the dealership for service; and back up or replacement driver for other courier businesses.

Marvin Walker, President/Founder

Day Runner was born out of frustration. Marvin was tired of being ripped off by courier companies he was sub-contracting for. After having several routes taken from him by his previous owner, Marvin decided to sell his home and create a platform more favorable to the contractors and the customers by eliminating the middle man. Convinced there was a better way to service customers and treat contractors while increasing their pay so contractors are making profits and not employee like wages, Marvin made his platform available to contractors and in less than 30 days had recruited over 300 contractors from some of the top courier companies that were treating those contractors poorly. Together, they all  intend to create a new, “21st century” courier company.

Day Runner puts businesses and individuals in a position to operate more effectively, by saving time and making more profits. If you need a ride or have a package that needs to be picked up and delivered, Day Runner App is the new way to go.

300 contractors in 30 days

The North Carolina Start-up currently serves:  Atlanta GA, Charlotte NC, Cleveland OH, Richmond VA, Roanoke VA.

Click Here to become a Driver/Contractor

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Legendary Literary Extraordinaire! Maya Angelou Closes her Book


Maya Angelou died at her home in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, on Wednesday, May 28, 2014.  Her lasting contribution to literature; written in 1969, “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings,” bore witness to the brutality of a Jim Crow South, portraying racism and the life of Marguerite Ann Johnson (Angelou’s birth name) up to the age of 16; abandoned by her parents and raped by her mother’s boyfriend, homeless and being a teen mother.


Fabby Desir

March 1st, 2011 08:04pm
Tar Heels add junior college LB to football recruiting class
by Brett Friedlander

Butch Davis has added a 26th member to his 2011 football recruiting class at North Carolina with the addition of junior college linebacker Fabby Desir on Tuesday.
Desir, a 6-foot-1, 230-pound native of Scranton, Pa., played the last two seasons at Lackawanna College, where he made 45 tackles and had seven sacks in eight games in 2010. He also recovered two fumbles, including one which he returned 40 yards for a touchdown, forced a fumble and had an interception.
Lackawanna was 9-2 in 2010, and finished No. 12 in the NJCAA rankigs after a 34-20 win over Ellsworth Community College in the Graphics Edge Bowl in Cedar Falls, Iowa.
“This means everything to me,” Desir, who was an all-region defensive back and 1,000-yard running back for Scranton High School as a senior, told the Scranton Times-Tribune newspaper. ”I can start my life now. I am so happy and blessed. It’s very overwhelming. I am going to go and take it very seriously. I am a grown man now, I don’t need a pep talk about how I need to work hard. I know that I have to work hard and I am committed to going to college and getting my degree.”