Pensacola FedEx Shipping Authority Share Update of Additional Location Closure

March 26, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Warrington, Fla. – The Pack & Ship Business Center in Warrington has consistently provided resources for packing, shipping, printing and business service needs of the residents and businesses of Pensacola, FL. In an effort to further streamline their efforts to serve the local community, the Pensacola FedEx shipping experts announce their additional Creighton location, located in Pensacola, FL has closed.

For the foreseeable future, the main point of contact for customers will be their Warrington location, allowing a core group of staff members to fully dedicate their services to clients in the local area. Their team of dedicated, professionally trained experts make every effort to provide excellent customer service to anyone who visits the location – exemplified by their stellar reputation throughout the community. Making the decision to focus on a single store was one that was made with much consideration, but ultimately was the best course of action to continue their dedication to their loyal customer base.

The locally owned and operated business can pack and ship almost anything to almost anywhere in the world. In addition to their pack and ship services, they are also Pensacola's premier copy, print and document services center. While many look to Pack & Ship Business Center for their Pensacola mailbox service as a safer, more private alternative to standard mailboxes, the business is also proud to offer a variety of options for printing including large or small, black and white or color prints.

For more information regarding Pack & Ship Business Center Warrington, please visit their website at www.PackandShipStores.com or call them directly at (850) 455-1234.

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For more information about Pack & Ship Business Centers Warrington , contact the company here:

Pack & Ship Business Centers Warrington
Thomas Armstrong
(850) 455-1234
PackShip.Pensacola@gmail.com
120 Chief's Way #1,
Pensacola, FL 32507

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