Thursday, December 18, 2008

Delivery a thing of the past as US newspapers feel pinch

But the tradition of home delivery will be hard to give up for some.

Hank and Marlene Czerwick take their home-delivered newspaper to a diner in Dearborn every morning.

"We're going to miss it. I mean if it's not a newspaper we're gonna miss it and we're not going to sit at home and look at the flat screen, I don't do that," Hank said.

Marlene says she would be happy to pay extra to keep the service.

"I can't imagine not having home delivery," she said.

"I think maybe they should just raise their prices so that we can continue our wonderful breakfast morning routine."

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