A delivery man in a suburban Seattle neighborhood is not a stranger to the meat-delivery box, but his experience may have changed the way he sees the world.

He’s not a meat delivery guy, after all.

The man, who wishes to remain anonymous to protect his business, has been delivering his own meat for a year.

The man, a delivery guy named Paul, has seen the meat delivery industry grow in Seattle.

He saw a market that was just starting to be realized in Seattle and he saw a company that could really take off.

He started working at the box and eventually became a full-time employee in the first year.

He said that his experience has been an amazing one.

Paul has been working at a meat distribution company since 2011.

The first year, he was a part-time driver.

But in 2016, he got a full time job at the delivery box.

Paul said that he’s never been in a situation where he’s had a bad experience.

When the business model changed, the man said that it was a natural progression.

He added that the company has grown and has a lot of opportunities to grow.

Paul started his first delivery job at 7 p.m. on a Saturday and was always happy to be working at 6 a.m., he said.

He likes the way it feels to get the meat to the customer in time, even if it takes a bit longer than the average delivery day.

The meat can be delivered to the home of the customer at 7 a.p.m.- 8 a.s.m.; a week later, it can be picked up at 1 p.p., and so on.

Paul also said that a good customer service is the cornerstone of his job.

If there is a problem, he’ll get it sorted out immediately, and if it’s not an issue, he’d like to have someone come out to talk to the person about the issue.

The meat-packing industry in the United States has seen an increase in demand for meat products over the past few years, according to data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

The amount of meat being shipped into the country is up about 80 percent in the last five years, but the meat industry still relies heavily on trucks and trucks-only delivery, according the USDA.

Paul noted that he and other men who work at the meat distribution companies in his area have been working long hours for very little pay, so they’re able to afford their expenses.

He says he also likes the job and the company.