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DelBene goes the UPS route for a morning in Redmond

Congresswoman Suzan DelBene scans a package while UPS delivery driver Mike Vallimont watches on Wednesday morning at Triumph Aerospace Group on Redmond Ridge. DelBene, who represents the 1st District, went “undercover” as a UPS worker during Vallimont’s morning run in Redmond as part of her effort to pursue more engaging and creative forms of constituent outreach. Before hitting the road, DelBene met with drivers and officials at UPS’s Redmond distribution facility on Northeast Union Hill Road. “Small businesses and families are impacted by the hard work you do every day,” she said. She also praised UPS’s work with local food banks and the United Way.  - Andy Nystrom / Reporter
Congresswoman Suzan DelBene scans a package while UPS delivery driver Mike Vallimont watches on Wednesday morning at Triumph Aerospace Group on Redmond Ridge. DelBene, who represents the 1st District, went “undercover” as a UPS worker during Vallimont’s morning run in Redmond as part of her effort to pursue more engaging and creative forms of constituent outreach. Before hitting the road, DelBene met with drivers and officials at UPS’s Redmond distribution facility on Northeast Union Hill Road. “Small businesses and families are impacted by the hard work you do every day,” she said. She also praised UPS’s work with local food banks and the United Way.
— image credit: Andy Nystrom / Reporter

Congresswoman Suzan DelBene scans a package while UPS delivery driver Mike Vallimont watches on Wednesday morning at Triumph Aerospace Group on Redmond Ridge. DelBene, who represents the 1st District, went “undercover” as a UPS worker during Vallimont’s morning run in Redmond as part of her effort to pursue more engaging and creative forms of constituent outreach. Before hitting the road, DelBene met with drivers and officials at UPS’s Redmond distribution facility on Northeast Union Hill Road. “Small businesses and families are impacted by the hard work you do every day,” she said. She also praised UPS’s work with local food banks and the United Way.

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