When I repeated my last year at the University of Paris 7 Denis Diderot, I got a student job thanks to a friend of mine. I was distributed a free sport magazine every friday at the station of La Défense (North West of Paris) and the station of Austerlitz (South East of Paris).
I don't know if this magazine still exists, it was a weekly magazine published like the daily 20minutes in the area of Paris and its suburb. Teams are dispatched twice a day (morning and evening) to spots closed to the bus, train or subway stations.
The chief split packages from a truck to different staff who need to appeal and give the magazine to anyone willing to read it. Mostly people in transit, like workers, students, tourists, etc... Busy or on the rush so not an easy task at all.
A few rivals as well, so we were shouting "Sport Magazine, the best free magazine" or alternatives like "It's friday, the sport time report. Enjoy your ride the free Sport Magazine". After more than one hour I was exhausted seriously.
Morning was early like 6h30am or something like that. With my own train schedule I was at least 15min earlier at the rendez-vous so I was often taking a walk and enjoy the fascinating architecture of this district.