Postal Annex Delivers for Mother’s Day


Mother’s Day is May 12, 2013

As an all-in-one packing and shipping service center, Postal Annex+'s two Menifee locations are ready to deliver your gifts and cards this Mother’s Day. With Mother’s Day less than a month away, it’s officially time to start shopping and get shipping.

Their boutique style gift shop inside each of their shipping locations offers unique last minute gifts including picture frames, jewelry, figurines, and collectibles. Still looking for the perfect card to accompany your gift? Postal Annex+ carries a beautiful selection of Leanin’ Tree greeting cards you mom will be sure to love.

Postal Annex is fully stocked with a wide array of packing materials, bubble wrap, tape, supplies, labels, and every size box or envelope you might need to wrap up your gifts and send them out safely. Their shipping experts are always available to assist you in selecting the best packing options and shipping solutions for your individual needs. Their friendly family-run atmosphere and utmost attention to customer service will have you smiling while you ship.

Their locations offer daily USPS, FedEx, UPS, and DHL pick-ups conveniently under one roof, so your package will get where it needs to go with no hassle or running around. The post office can often be a dreaded waiting game, and no one has time for that. So, Postal Annex+ assures you receive quick service to get you in and out as efficiently as possible.

Because Postal Annex+ cares about all those deserving momma’s too, they are offering $5 off any purchase of $10 or more (*some restrictions apply). For guaranteed on time delivery, be sure to get those gifts out as early as possible. Remember, Mother’s Day is Sunday, May 12.

Newport at Murrieta
26100 Newport Road
Menifee, CA 92584
(951) 301-7070

Mon- Fri, 8 - 6
Sat, 9 - 4
Sun, Closed

Newport at Antelope
30141 Antelope Road
Menifee, CA 92585
(951) 679-2600

Mon- Fri, 9 - 6
Sat, 9 - 4
Sun, 10 - 4

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