No I can't.
How would writing "your lunch is here" on 15 to 25 bags, when each person has no idea I just left bags at the indicated areas for each business, be faster than clicking "Delivered" on the phone app, thus sending an auto text to each person at that particular business that their lunch has arrived?
Also, how is the company I get paid by to do this supposed to know that I picked up, and delivered lunches, and what time that happened?
You've never heard of lunch delivery services?
Every day at around 10:45 am, I get notification on the lunch delivery services app that I have a route.
It tells me the 2 restaurants I'm to arrive at. One at 11:20, the other at 11:30 or as soon thereafter as possible..
I get to the first restaurant, and that restaurant has 1 to 20 lunches all ready for me. Each bag has a person's first name and last initial. I check off each name on the app for that restaurant, which could be one to three business. When all the names are checked off, both I and the delivery service knows everything has been picked up. Repeat for 2nd restaurant, which I arrive at between 11:30 and 11:45. They also may have 1 to 20 meals. (total of meals are almost always between 10 and 20. (today was 18 total) I mark the name of the company it's going with a shortened code supplied by the delivery service on each lunch bag (and rewrite name if it's not clear), for instance HIG for Higgenbotham LLP, so I know which insulated bags to put them in (I label the insulated bags by inserting the name of company in a clear card holder on the top of bags before leaving my house)
Then, I drive of the businesses. Google maps interfaces with the app if it's somewhere I'm not familiar with (same for restaurants I don't know). I am told on the app where to leave lunches for the business, i.e. reception, kitchen area, specific other location. The lunch delivery services, and the diners, then know meals are delivered to the business because I click delivered.
1/2 the time when I'm walking to the elevators in a building, people are already scurrying to get their food. I love seeing that. They're happy to see me, and I get a cheery "Thanks!" all the time. Been doing this a little more than 5 months, so I know where 95% of the places I'm going to go to anyway.
For the company I have this gig through, there are dozens of us crisscrossing paths every day. We pass each other in restaurants and building lobbys and parking lots all the time.
So today for instance, I walked out of my house at 11:10am, because the first restaurant was right down the street from me. When I clicked delivered on the last business, it was about 12:15. So for about an hours work, I made $33, the pay for a route. Sometimes it might take an hour and a half, and I drive maybe 10 to 20 miles, which I write off on my taxes. Once in a great while (like 2 or 3 times in 5 months) if I get finished early, I'll get a text while driving home, from the company, asking if I can pick up a 2nd route for whatever reason. Sure! It's the weirdest thing. That usually happens when it's someone who is brand new, who shadowed someone the day before, and suddenly realizes they can't figure out how to drive to point A, pick up some food, and drive to point B and drop it off.
The first time that happened, I met a driver in the parking lot of the business her first delivery was at, and we transferred what she has had left for the 2nd business into my car. I assumed she had car trouble and asked her if she was ok. Turns out she picked up her lunches, it took her like a half an hour to find the 2nd restaurant, then a freaking hour to find this first business. She was completely freaked out and flusterbated. Don't know how because where I met her was right on a main road everyone knows. I asked her why it took so long, since Google maps gives the fastest route, and an algorithm at the delivery service automatically assigned drivers and route based on closest location. Diners have only until 10:30am to order lunch, and drivers get assignments by 10:45, so this is obviously not done by hand. The chick told me there was no way she was going to use GM while driving (um, that's what it's for), and she had no idea where to go next. The next business was literally 1/2 mile away. Seriously, this is the easiest thing in the world, and I'm an old fart of 60.
All the drivers carry sharpies so we can mark the lunches with where they need to go so it stands out.
It's a great way to make extra cash for students, retirees, etc.