The beginning: Los Santos Delivery Foundation (1989)
Mark Buffer was a simple man, son of a trucker that for his whole life drove around San Andreas, thus his passion for heavy vehicles. He attended high school, graduated and then started working as an employee for Cluckin’ Bell. Mark’s life wasn’t the best, actually, it really sucked, that’s why in 1989 he sold everything he had, left his job and bought an old rusty Benson. The van sure had its years, but it could still perfectly serve its purpose: delivering stuff. In fact Mark saw how much need there was for deliveries across short distances, for example from one side of a city to the other. He decided to create a company, called Los Santos Delivery, and establish himself in the garage of his home. Business sky high rocketed immediatly, people couldn’t believe that such a fast and safe delivery system wasn’t invented before; they would call a number, tell them what they needed and Mark would hurry up to pick the package and deliver it as fast and as secure as possible. Never a package came with a scratch, neither a day late, becouse every single member of the company was meticulously chosen and tested by Mark himself.
The setback: online orders and economical crysis (1997-2000)
Unluckily nothing can shine forever, and this was, in fact, the case of Mark’s company. With the creation of internet and websites, it was just a matter of time that online shopping would take the lead, but Mark didn’t prepare himself and, when it happened, he had no contracts whatsoever with any major online shopping site, this cut him out of the delivering market. He was forced to fire most of his employee and focus the company jobs on shop-to-home deliveries. This, in few years, brought the whole company on the edge of collapse, forcing Mark to fire all of his employees and sell his trusty and rusty Benson. He was fearing the worst, if businesses kept going like that he would soon have to definetly close his company. But suddendly, when everything seemed like the end was inevitable, Mark received a call from a long time friend, who had just created a online shopping website focused on the area of Los Santos; he proposed him to work as his delivery man and Mark obviously accepted. In a matter of months, Los Santos Delivery was back in business, having created multiple contracts with various online websites and not only. Mark hired back most of his old employees, and bought a brand new set of vehicles for his company, ranging from the trusty Benson, to more recent Pony and Buffalo. The company officially set in Richman Avenue in Los santos, in the early 2000, when Mark acquired a big business that became Los Santos Delivery Office-quarters.
The company rise: first warehouse and business expansion (2001-2005)
Business kept growing and growing, multiple employees were delivering daily, the company vehicles stock kept improving, always getting the top of the line vans, and so did the company’s reputation. No one received a damaged package, and if they did, they would have a total refund and a consistent sale on their next purchase. Request kept flowing so Mark had to expand his company stock warehouse; that’s why he went all the way to north Las Venturas to acquire a depot that was exactly what he needed: big and close to the northern bay so that overseas deliveries would be taken directly from the boat. For sure being located in Las Venturas was a bit far from Los Santos, the main area the company worked in, but still it was an affair and Mark didn’t hesitate in getting his hands on it, plus it was a good way to see if his business could expand even in that city.
Los Santos Delivery present and future plans
As of now Mark’s company is doing great, requests are high, employee are happy and so are the people who order from Los Santos Delivery. The Office-quarters are crowded with people everyday and Mark is looking for another property to expand his company. He is aiming to stipulate contracts with other cities, squads and company to keep his works clean and always profitable. Plus the company currently opened back the recruitment for those who wish to become part of this great family, in an attempt to reduce unemployment rate in the city, and expand his business to the rural areas around Los Santos. The company’s future waiting ahead looks bright, will you be part of it?
Group name: Los Santos Delivery
Group motto: you order, we deliver!
Group status: unofficial
Color code: 9f9c8e
Group Tag: LSD*|name (under supervision) / LSD|name (official member)
Creation date: 05/12/2020
Media archive: here
Discord: Join us!
Event count: n/a
Activity count: 2
Roleplay count: 1
Spawn: Flint County>General>Delivery man
Role: delivering stuff
Los Santos Delivery Office-quarters
The company focuses on delivering stuff to common people and companies, squads, and whoever might need. The deliveries must be handed over in max 24 hours and in pristine condition; whenever a package gets broken or if the delivery takes more than 24 hours the payment is canceled. Los Santos delivery accepts to trasport everything except illegal stuff and food. The orders can be made either online or by direct message with a company Administrator. If you want to stipulate a contract with us, send a private message to Mr.Togna21
Total member count: 7
Zero ( @Zer-0 )
Prada ( @Prada )
Rubialbort ( @rubialbort )
Here you will find the group’s rules, breaking any of these in any moment will result either in a warning or kick, depending on the gravity
Follow every F1 rule of the server
never act retarded
do not RP alone/fake RP
always listen to your superior
try to be active and do something frequently for the group
If you want to join us you have to follow two simple steps:
- fill in the following application format and post it as a reply on this topic.
- if your written application will be considered worthy, you’ll have to pass a driving test in game. To pass it, you’ll have to drive a Burrito/Pony from a starting point to another (that your tester will choose) in less than 8 minutes and without damaging the van more than 25% (vh).
Depending on your attitude, the effort put in your application, and after being tested in game, you can either be:
Good Luck and have fun!