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December 26, 2012

Another Fruitcake? Take a Break from Holiday Returns Stress

It has happened to all of us.  The gift you never saw coming and would never use.  Mine was a Thighmaster (Yes. THAT Thighmaster!)   A well intentioned aunt (to remain anonymous) wrapped and shipped what she thought was the perfect holiday gift for yours truly.  I unwrapped the paper, opened the box and wow, if that was what she thought was the right gift for me, perhaps I should lay off the Christmas cookies!

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December 5, 2012

Don’t Spoil the Surprise, Keep Your Gifts Under Wraps!

One of the best moments of every holiday season is seeing the excitement in the eyes of a loved one when they unwrap a gift you chose carefully, wrapped perfectly and kept secret for weeks or even months. But nothing can spoil that moment faster than having that gift delivered and waiting on your doorstep for snooping eyes to find.  Worse yet, some holiday gifts orders coming from online retailers feature full-color images of the contents on the outside of the box.

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November 26, 2012

Cyber Monday & Beyond: Navigating the Online Holiday Shopping Season

Do you hear that sound? No, it’s not the clicking of Santa’s reindeers or jingle bells. It’s the clicking of keyboards across the nation as we head into the thick of the holiday shopping season. We started with Black Friday, then Small Business Saturday and today we move on to Cyber Monday. In the next few weeks, folks will be scrambling to check off those last minute gifts – many of you (like me!) relying heavily on the convenience of online shopping.

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November 23, 2012

Wrap It Up, Pack It Up, Ship It Out

There’s nothing worse than putting all that time and effort into picking out the perfect gift, only to discover that it didn’t arrive quite so perfectly due to poor packaging.

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November 19, 2012

Pack, Ship & Give Back this Holiday Season

As much as Superstorm Sandy took away from millions of people, uprooting lives and devastating neighborhoods, it has also inspired, in the worst of times, the best in people – a determination to give. The courage to face rebuilding shattered communities, even in the immediate wake of the hurricane, inspired all of us who watched from afar. We ached at the misfortune of fellow Americans. Even from thousands of miles away, we couldn’t help but see them as neighbors.

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August 21, 2012

Back-to-School Season Could Signal Holiday Retail Strength

While summer break may be too short for many students, the end of summer is a welcome change for retailers eager to learn whether students “hitting the books” will result in more parents hitting the store aisles.In line with a general slowdown that occurs during the restful summer months, economic activity also feels a “summer pause,” a “quiet” that can be as loud and jarring as fingers on a chalkboard for many retailers. Fortunately for them, the early back-to-school predictions could mean good marks in their future sales logs.

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August 17, 2012

FedEx Supports Educators with Sponsorship of “Teachers Rock” on CBS Tonight

Every year, the Back to School season brings a flurry of activity for me both at work and at home. At our FedEx Office stores we see students, parents, and teachers buying school supplies, making "welcome back" posters and banners, printing classroom materials, and even packing and shipping all the essentials (like hot pots and Ramen noodles) to dorm rooms across the country. At home, my daughter is busy getting ready as well as she prepares for her freshman year of high school.

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May 23, 2012

Our Office is Your Office: FedEx Office Reaches Out to Small Business Community with Tweet Chats

Small businesses are a driving force of our economy. In honor of Small Business Week, we are celebrating all month long to recognize small businesses for the significant impact they make in our community.

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