The Mail Box Stores, Inc. Announces the Grand Opening of Ship n' Stuff

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New Full Service Postal and Business Center in Rancho Cucamonga, California

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Ship n' Stuff

The Mail Box Stores, Inc. today announces the opening of Ship n’ Stuff, a full service postal and business center, locally owned and operated by Lacey Eisele of Rancho Cucamonga, California.

Ship n’ Stuff is located at 11398 Kenyon Way near Miliken and the 210 Freeway in the Vineyards Marketplace. Ship n’ Stuff offers more than 25 shipping/postal and business related services and a wide range of related retail products and gift items, including shipping, packaging, full color copies, Notary service, secure shredding, key duplication, passport and ID photos, computer time rentals, internet access, business cards and letterhead, mailbox rentals, and more.

In addition to all the services the store provides, Ship n’ Stuff carries shipping supplies, corrugated boxes, packaging supplies, bubble wrap, tape, loose fill, shipping labels, cushioned mailers, decorated boxes and a line of office products. They offer personalized friendly service and convenient parking from 9am to 7pm Monday though Saturday.

Ms. Eisele contracted with The Mail Box Stores (MBS, http://www.themailboxstores.com) to develop Ship n’ Stuff. Along with its parent company, MBS is North America’s largest discount retail store developer. They have assisted over 3,000 independent business owners since 1995 in establishing their own stores. MBS provides a complete turnkey business opportunity, including funding, site and lease acquisition, fixtures, merchandise, all labor, training, and a no-cost long term support program. According to Theresa Whitley, the company’s General Manager, “Lacey has been involved in every stage of the process regarding her store’s development, from choosing the location and merchandise, to undergoing extensive training. Her hard work and dedication will make Ship n’ Stuff a wonderful addition to Rancho Cucamonga and San Bernardino county—we wish her the greatest success!”

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