Print-n-Post to Hold Weeklong Grand Opening - August 2 - 7, 2010

Print-n-Post invites the public to a celebration of their Postal and Business Service center in northeast Vancouver.

Vancouver, WA, July 29, 2010 --( Grand Opening festivities will be held August 2-7, 2010 for Print-n-Post, a full service Postal & Business Center located at 6700 NE 162nd Avenue, Suite 611 in Vancouver. Locally owned by Phil & Kolleen Peterson of Brush Prairie and Dion & Kristina Labadie of Vancouver, Print-n-Post offers more than 25 shipping/postal and business related services. Whether you want to send mail locally, a package to the other side of the United States, or a parcel to Brazil, Print-n-Post can handle it for you, quickly, easily and affordably. Print-n-Post offers shipping, packaging, secure mail-box rentals, full color copies, key duplication, passport & ID photos, computer/internet access, specialty greeting cards, business cards & letterhead, office/back-to-school supplies and so much more.

“As long time residents of Brush Prairie, we are excited to provide our services to not only the greater Brush Prairie and Battle Ground areas, but to Hockinson, northeast Vancouver, and Camas as well. This Grand Opening is our way of joining with the local community to celebrate by providing great savings and fun give-aways,” said Kolleen Peterson.

Besides substantial savings on Shipping and Packaging, Mailbox Rentals, Copy Services, and Office/Back-to-School supplies during the Grand Opening Week of August 2-7, customers can register all week to win great prizes – such as a Wii, MP3 Players, Visa Gift Cards, and store discounts. The drawing will be held during their Open House on Saturday, August 7th from 11 AM – 1 PM. Popcorn, Pop and more will also be available at the Open House.

Furthermore, Print-n-Post has partnered with NALA (the National Association of Local Advertisers) to promote the charity program “Soles4Souls.” Soles4Souls facilitates donations of shoes, which are used to aid children and adults around the world who need shoes. Shoes provide comfort as well as a way to prevent diseases and infections spread through cuts and scrapes on the foot.

Friendly service and convenience are the monikers of Print-n-Post. With hours from 9am to 6pm Monday – Friday and 10am to 2pm on Saturdays, the Peterson’s and Labadie’s are confident that Print-n-Post will be well-received by the community.

For more information, please call 360-635-6450 or visit

Dion Labadie