Package Delivered

March 24, 2022

It’s November. Believe it or not, the holiday season is here. It will look different this year—as so many things have in 2020—but we will still find ways to celebrate.  One of those ways will likely be connected to sending and receiving packages.  Keep in mind that November and December have always seen a rise in stolen packages and this year will be no different in that regard. 

There may be a silver lining to our current situation! This year more folks are at home and can collect their packages as they are delivered.  For those times when you won’t be at home, check out this article to be reminded of a few ways to make sure your package is received. 

And while we are on the topic of deliveries... be sure to share your holiday gratitude (and everyday gratitude honestly) for all the postal workers and delivery truck drivers that make those packages appear. Unquestionably they have made the last nine months more bearable and no doubt they will continue their steadfast service through the busy holiday season.


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