“After seeing our next door neighbors get looted and burned, we knew that we had to do something to help” owner Michael Cunningham said. “We know that businesses will need to file insurance claims, and we are happy to help facilitate that in any way we can, free of charge.”
For any business that needs to file an insurance claim, The UPS Store on Meeting Street is offering free printing, faxing, scanning, and notary services.
They are also offering temporary signage for businesses free of charge to anyone that needs it, this includes signs, posters, and banners.
“With businesses boarded up, it’s important to let customers know that you’re still open, so we’re happy to provide any signage that local businesses may need, we can print it right here on Meeting Street and have it to them the same day,” Cunningham said.
For more information, contact The UPS Store at 843-203- 3466, or firstname.lastname@example.org. People can also come into the location at 472 Meeting from 8 am to 7 pm Monday-Friday, or 9 am to 4 pm Saturday. They ask that you use the rear entrance in the parking lot.
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