Postal Connections Wraps Up an Exciting 2017

Extensive media coverage and new store openings furthered franchise’s growing reach.

2017 has been an exciting year for Postal Connections, studded with press coverage, new openings and successful campaigns.

Postal Connections was spotlighted in a steady stream of local and national publications through out the year. The packing & shipping, and copy/print service center also enjoyed television coverage in local outlets. Postal Connections’ Share Your Story campaign to collect gently used paperbacks that are then shipped to veterans and active duty military members, proved especially popular with both customers and the media. covered the campaign, which enjoyed another successful year.

Postal Connections’ dedication to veterans was also covered in a local publication, Tulsa World, where owner Bob Perry was praised for the Send Your Love project for Valentine’s Day.

Postal Connections was the darling of local media as a range of outlets covered franchisee achievements. The Vancouver Business Journal spotlighted the Postal Connections store owned by Adrienne and Seth Boynton who operate their family-owned business with their two young twin sons in tow. Sue and Pete Pierce, residents of Bend, Oregon, were also featured in Cascade Business News, highlighting their Postal Connections journey through the years.

Postal Connection franchisees further endeared themselves in the hearts of their customers by providing excellent customer service and going above and beyond to make sure customers needs were met. The franchise also opened its first Postal Connections Express service center inside a Walmart SuperCenter in Redmond, Oregon. More locations are slated to open in 2018, including a Postal Connections Store in Pearland, Texas and a Postal Connections Express in Franklin, Tennessee.

With the strong inroads made in 2017, we are looking forward to an exciting and prosperous 2018 with plans to expand to new horizons.

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