The UPS Store®, located at 25 Old Kings Highway North (Goodwives Plaza), will host its grand re-opening celebration on Saturday, October 22nd.
As part of the grand re-opening, The UPS Store is helping in the fight against identity theft and supporting local charities by hosting a Free Shred for Charity from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM. The UPS Store encourages customers to shred documents containing personal information to protect themselves against identity theft and fraud. To help customers do this, an Iron Mountain truck will be available free of charge to customers who attend the grand re-opening event.
In addition, The UPS Store owner, Marcos de Jesus will be donating $1.00 per pound of shredding (up to $500) to local charity. Marcos de Jesus, the new store owner, has served the local community for 15+ years. Over the years, Marcos has built trust with his customers by demonstrating his commitment to go above and beyond in delivering service to them. His expertise is sought out by loyal customers who value Marcos’s industry experience. “My family and I are extremely grateful for the opportunity to be a part of this community. As a one-stop shop for shipping, postal, printing and business services, I look forward to continuing to serve the residents and small business owners of the community,” said Marcos. According to Marcos, “We are expanding our Print Services by investing in new printing equipment. We are excited for the opportunity to showcase our completely remodeled store at our grand re-opening event on October 22nd.” For any questions related to the grand re-opening or the services offered at The UPS Store, contact Marcos at (203) 655-6543.