‘Paper towels’ delivery service is rolling out to a handful of states: ABC News

The delivery service Paper Towels is rolling its delivery service to a few states, but the company is still awaiting a federal judge’s order to move its business there.

The company is rolling the service out to states where it can get a federal license to deliver paper towels.

Paper Towels was founded in 2011 and started as a website that would let people pick up the paper towels at a store and drop them off at their homes.

The company says it has more than 700,000 registered users.

Paper towels delivery service announced today that it will be expanding to more states.

The service says it will begin delivering to more people in Kentucky, Indiana, Missouri, Tennessee, Georgia and North Carolina by the end of the year.

The move is part of a broader push to expand its customer base, according to the company.

The move will allow Paper Towel to move into more states in 2018 and 2019, the company said.

The rollout of Paper Towles is part the company’s ongoing efforts to get its services available to more customers, including by allowing consumers to preorder packages for delivery.

The carrier says it currently has 3,000 customers and is growing at a rate of nearly 100 new customers a month.

Paper to the RescueFor more than a year, Paper Towes has been delivering paper towels to customers around the country.

The paper towels company, which is based in Austin, Texas, said it expects to begin shipping its paper towels by the beginning of the new year.

The service is a partnership with the Salvation Army and the U.S. Postal Service, and Paper Towers is a non-profit corporation.

The delivery service will work with the federal government to get a license to sell paper towels in those states, the paper towel company said in a press release.

It said it will also be working with state officials and the Postal Service to ensure Paper Towls delivery service meets the standards of the states where the service will be operating.