Faces of Fleet — Meet Ginger

June 28, 2019

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Faces of Fleet — Meet Ginger

The people in our Fleet are as varied as the geographies they inhabit. So much so that it can be hard to capture, in writing, who makes up our Fleet. There may be no such thing as the perfect Postmate, but we think Ginger comes close with over 3,000 successful deliveries under her belt. She’s the type of person whose sheer energy announces their presence before you even realize they’re there. We sat down with her to find out how she keeps smiling in a customer-centric world that isn’t always the easiest to navigate.

You seem like the type of person everyone wants as their best friend. How do you stay so upbeat?

It’s very simple. I keep positive with my faith, family, friends so we can share good vibes into the community.

You mentioned that you’re also in the beauty industry. Does your background in that space lend to your outlook on customer service?

Definitely! I love the beauty industry. Being a manicurist is rewarding because I get to make men and women feel their best. Everyone feels refreshed when they feel good. I think one of the reasons I’m so successful is because of my attention to detail.

You seem to love what you do. What’s your favorite thing about being a Postmate?

This has given me the opportunity to really become the person that I want to be. It gives me the chance to make money from anywhere, the flexibility to work in any city — San Francisco, San Diego, even New York City when I fly in for a Yankees game. I also love the fact that I can work as long or as little that fits my schedule.

What advice would you have for others who may be considering joining the Postmates Fleet?

I want to encourage anyone who is thinking about being a Postmates courier to jump onboard the Fleet express to your own success. Anyone thinking about becoming a Postmate should go for it!


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