Thursday, June 07, 2007

Goin' Postal is a chain of well over 200 retail shipping & receiving stores that has its corporate headquarters in beautiful Zephyrhills, FL. As well as offering consumers and businesses access to all the main carriers such as FedEx, DHL, UPS, and the United States Postal Service, Goin' Postal also offers other business related services such as copying, faxing, mailbox rentals, cards, unique gift items, and office supplies. While Goin' Postal is not affiliated with the United States Postal Service, it is joining forces with the Post Office in the new Approved Shipper Program to better serve the public together. Many of our customers and store owners are, in fact, present and past Post Office employees.

Founded and led forward by the Price Family, the company exceeded its business plan projections by turning a consistent profit within its first 2 years of operation. Goin' Postal is now in the process of "going national" with new stores opening, and scheduled to be open, all across the nation. To find locations near you, please visit our "Locations" page.

With rapid expansion plans, we have grown from a single store which opened in Florida in late 2002 and was alone until mid 2004, to a chain of numerous Goin' Postal stores across the United States. We had well over 100 Goin' Postal stores open by the end of 2005, and are anticipating that we will have close to 250 stores by the end of 2006

Our aggressive growth is outpacing ALL of our competition including the big names we have all come to know.

Goin' Postal bases its business ideals around the American family, and the American dream that those families are working toward. All of our independent, franchised stores are owned and operated by families who have placed their faith in our leadership, training, and support. We are glad to say that every member of our extended Franchisee Family is meeting or exceeding their expectations for their new business venture, and some are already opening their second and THIRD Goin' Postal stores!

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