Before you apply for a route,
here are some things you need to know...

A newspaper carrier for the Sun Herald is an independent contractor, not an employee.

A person interested in becoming a carrier for the Sun Herald should possess a valid driver’s license, dependable transportation and proof of vehicle liability insurance. These must all be maintained while contracted for a route.

Most routes take about 1 to 3.5 hours to complete each day, working between 1:00 am and 6:30 am.

Income from a home delivery route is dependent on the number of subscribers delivered each day.

Income from a single copy route (delivery in vending racks and stores) is based on profit from newspaper sales.

A carrier is responsible for delivery every day—all year round.

A commitment to customer satisfaction is essential.