The meeting and lunch took place in their training room. The room where The UPS Store owners come in to learn the ropes, and where we had a chance to learn a little too. The room is set up like an actual UPS store. One particular thing that peaked my interest is the printing services offered. I had no idea that The UPS Store print posters, business cards and flyers. They can turn photographs into canvas works of art, print banners and signs, and the quality of the material is fantastic, especially the paper that was a little like rice paper, it was beautiful.
Having such an accessible venue (because let's face it, UPS stores are everywhere) that I can order items such as welcome home banners for military homecomings and for turning my photographs into works of art is exciting. Plus, there's the added benefit of being able to order on-line and pick up in a store. So, let's say you have an event coming up that is out of state. Instead of dragging everything along with you, you can order your signage, banners or cards on-line and pick them up at a UPS store in the area you are traveling to. How fabulous is that.
The Collective Bias crew.
The UPS Store even shipped swag home for free for Bloggy Boot Camp attendees who had flown in for the conference. How great is that.