Ninja trader joe has a delivery deal for you

Ninjas are all about getting a car to you, and that’s what Ninja Trader Joe’s is about to do.

The New York-based business has already built its own delivery network using the same cars that its customers have purchased through its website.

The car was delivered to Joe’s home in the Bronx on Wednesday, according to a post on the company’s Facebook page.

The buyer is not listed, and Joe’s wife, a certified delivery driver, was not home at the time.

A Facebook post by Joe’s brother, Josh, confirmed that the car was actually delivered to the couple’s home by a “customer in need.”

“Thanks Joe, you are the best!” the post read.

“I’m really excited to share this story.

I am a ninja.

We were doing a little training and we found the perfect way to get the car and deliver it to Joe.

It’s been a long day but I’m super happy.”

The post was shared over 1,000 times by Thursday afternoon.

The post has since been deleted.

The New York Times contacted Joe’s representative, but did not immediately receive a response.

In the past, Joe’s delivery has been plagued by delays.

A customer told the Times that it took three hours to get a car delivered on Friday, and a customer reported that it could take five hours to be delivered on Saturday.

The company’s delivery times are currently up to two hours.

In a recent interview with the Times, Joe said he was concerned about his ability to keep his truck and trailer, which are parked in a warehouse.

“My truck and my trailer are just sitting there in storage,” he said.

“I can’t get it to my truck and I can’t keep it there.

I’m getting in trouble.”

The Times’ story also mentions a New Jersey man who was arrested for shoplifting a car at Joe’s last week, but said that the incident was unrelated to the Ninja Trader joe.