By: Duane Blankenship | Category: Other | Issue: December 2007
Pack and Mail Plus’ Duane and Lisa Coppick, owners, display wine and mixed drink accessories that make nice gifts for the holidays.
Each year, procrastination accompanies the holidays. Many of us put off shopping, wrapping, packaging and shipping until the last minute. But fret not this holiday season. Pack and Mail Plus offers a solution with its plethora of gift selections for people of all ages. Gift wrapping services and packaging for shipment anywhere in the world are also available. The concept is simple and convenient; choose a gift at Pack and Mail Plus or bring in what you have already purchased, pick up your package when it is ready, and, finally, place it under the tree.
Shipping becomes an easy and convenient task with the help of Pack and Mail Plus. Its services are not just available at Christmastime; they can be used anytime of the year. And the store’s huge range of box sizes can fit anything you want to ship. An assortment of padded holiday and regular envelopes can safely get smaller items to their destinations.
Have you ever missed the 4:30 p.m. gate closing at the post office when you had something to ship that day? If so, here is something to remember: Pack and Mail Plus is the last stop on the post office’s daily pick-up route in Owasso. Customers generally have until 5 p.m., an extra 30 minutes or more, to get items in the day’s mail. And Pack and Mail Plus is a full-service U.S. Postal Service outlet. Just a few of its services include certified mail, signature confirmation, receipt upon arrival, first class and priority mail, express mail services, mail insurance, envelopes, U.S. postage stamps and more.
Consider Pack and Mail Plus’ popular gift items for your holiday shopping this year. Some gifts include stuffed animals, blankets, memory books, piggy banks and toys for babies and children. A various assortment of colorful backpacks and purses is also available.
Shining Stars stuffed animals are a hit with kids of all ages.
Shining Stars stuffed animals are some of today’s most popular gifts for children. Each animal contains a packaged secret code that is used to register the animal online. The pet can then be fed and pampered online by its child owner. At the time of registration, children name their pet and name a real star through the International Star Registry. Needy families may also receive assistance through the promotion. More information on Shining Stars is available online at www.shiningstars.com.
Great gifts for adults abound at Pack and Mail Plus. Popular have been the store’s wine and mixed drink accessories, such as wine bottle totes, wine bags, bottle toppers, openers and picnic baskets. Also check out the assortment of scented, decorative candles and candle warmers, as well as oil lamps with catalytic stone burners that emit your choice of dozens of pleasant-smelling fragrances. Another gift line features pre-wrapped business card holders, key chains and money clips, all ready for giving. Customers may also be interested in the assortment of crosses carried by Pack and Mail Plus. Cross key chains are available, in addition to decorative crosses for the home, which may be hung on a wall or placed on a table or shelf. Another favorite is the store’s assortment of games and puzzles for the entire family to enjoy.
Need a unique Christmas card to send to friends and relatives? Be sure to inquire about personalizing a photo card with your family’s photo and personal message.
Pack and Mail Plus is a great store for gift shopping, custom wrapping and packaging and mailing services. While searching for holiday gifts for others, you might just find a little something for yourself. For more information, give owners Duane and Lisa Coppick a call today at (918) 274-8484.
Blankenship graduated from the University of Oklahoma and has enjoyed a lifetime career in advertising. He started his own advertising business in 1993 and enjoys creating graphic art and writing. Hobbies include hunting, fishing and pencil drawings. Duane and his wife, Janice, have been married over 50 years and are active in their church and community. He has been a contributing writer for Value News/Values Magazine since 2005.