I was trying to get a job with Sysco Denver location. So i was wondering if anyone had some input on this location. I already talked to the Transportation manager. He gave a lot of worst case scenarios about covering routes in the beginning . And now that they are merging with US foods he has no idea how long it will take to get a route. Which I expected. Also I heard a few bad things from other guys who's (friends) work there. Supposedly the warehouse guys just had a mini strike and all walked out. So I don't know who or what to believe. I would have to commute about 60 miles each way till I got a place closer. The place I live in is all about the military here. (No disrespect to any military, thanks for your service guys.) There just no jobs that pay, down here. Example: A trash company down here was offering 16.00Hr for 5 years experience to start. In Denver the same company starts at 18.50 to 19.50 to start. You just run back and forth to the landfill. Not a bad gig, I did it before. I know about cost of living non sense. The only difference is housing cost, down here. Everything else cost the same, food, gas,cable, etc etc. Just hoping to some real insight before I uproot my kids and life. We have been through a lot this year. Thanks brothers and sisters.