The Office BOSS celebrates the Grand Opening of The Office BOSS Truckee Mail Center
November 18, 2010
TRUCKEE, Calif. and#8212; The Office BOSS purchased the American Mail Center (located in the Safeway shopping center) and completely re-vamped the operation with a new look, new offerings and faster service!
To commemorate the new ownership, an official Grand Opening ceremony will begin on Friday evening, Nov. 19, 4-6 p.m. The Official Ribbon cutting will kick off at precisely at 5 p.m. followed by festive and glorious raffle prizes. Come indulge on the delectable appetizers and see the new shop!
And on the party continues into Saturday, Nov. 20, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. with free hot dogs, pop corn, childrenand#8217;s games, and Office BOSS discounts and incentives.
New ownership. New management! Stop in and see the newest Office BOSS Mail Center now carrying a wide assortment of office products, computer supplies, printer supplies and shipping supplies. Services include: notary public, rental mail boxes, packaging, fax, self-serve copier and computer access, and shipping with Fed-Ex, UPS, USPS, DHL. Also check out the selection of unique gifts and cards.
Get your documents notarized, faxed and mailed while checking your mail box and buying your printer ink cartridge. All at the same, convenient location near Safeway. And just think: No parking fees, no USPS lines for shipping and mailing, no traffic.
and#8220;With a second BOSS Mail Center, one out at the airport and now this new facility in the Safeway Shopping Center, The Office BOSS is indeed a and#8216;one-stopand#8217; business center,and#8221; said Jeff Ridgel, CEO of The Office BOSS. and#8220;We are committed to customer satisfaction and efficiency. Come down and check out the new shop!and#8221;
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