Why not try something a bit different? Most everyone knows I'm a UPS guy, so to celebrate UPS's upcoming Founder's Day, I created a trivia contest to test your knowledge of UPS.
Shoot me a PM with your answers.
The winner gets 100,000 points.
Second place wins 35,000 points.
Third place wins 20,000 points.
In case of a tie, the last three questions are the tiebreakers.
If still tied after that, I'll do a coin flip or something like that.
Contest will run until August 11th. I'll announce the winner on August 12th.
Good Luck. Sorry, no hints given.
1) When and where was UPS founded?
2) What was the name of UPS’s founder?
3) What was the original name of UPS?
4) Where is UPS’s corporate headquarters located?
5) What is the name of UPS’s current CEO?
6) How many people did UPS employ in the USA as of 2005?
7) Which three Unions represent UPS personnel in the US?
8) What was UPS’s daily delivery volume in 2005?
9) What was UPS’s daily air volume in the U.S. in 2005?
10) What was UPS’s daily international delivery volume in 2005?
11) What was UPS’s gross revenue from package operations in 2005?
12) How many delivery-related vehicles does UPS operate?
13) How many airplanes does UPS have in its fleet?
14) UPS’s airline is one of the largest in the world. What number rank is it?
15) Where is UPS’s main air hub located?
16) Approximately how many countries and territories does UPS service?
17) Who are UPS’s three main rivals in the package-delivery business?
18) What two other “divisions” does UPS have other than Package Operations that deal with parcel delivery
19) What was the name of the company that UPS bought to implement our new UPS Freight service?
20) The “board” that every UPS driver carries is called a DIAD. What does that acronym stand for?
1) What is the copyrighted name of UPS’s Brown color?
2) What is the official UPS term for the delivery vehicles you see every day?
3) What was the last state in the USA to allow interstate
deliveries via UPS (1986)?