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  • Amazon Flex drivers on delivering packages in Kansas City

    Audra Pankrez is one of scores of Kansas City-area residents who work as independent contractors for Amazon Flex, delivering packages to homes and businesses on behalf of the online retail giant Amazon. Kansas City recently joined a number of other U.S. cities where Amazon is looking to reduce costs from using traditional delivery companies.

Amazon Flex drivers on delivering packages in Kansas City

Audra Pankrez is one of scores of Kansas City-area residents who work as independent contractors for Amazon Flex, delivering packages to homes and businesses on behalf of the online retail giant Amazon. Kansas City recently joined a number of other U.S. cities where Amazon is looking to reduce costs from using traditional delivery companies.
Allison Long and Rick Montgomery The Kansas City Star