The Norman Transcript

Business

July 21, 2013

Norman PostNet expands printing options at its new location

NORMAN — Once located on Main Street near Berry Road, Norman PostNet, now at 133 24th Ave. NW, moved to a larger space to expand services and online printing options to better serve customer needs.

The new location is open from 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. The store is closed Sundays.

“PostNet was designed to be the ideal fit for both the business and personal office needs of our Norman community,” owner Rod Cleveland said. “We’re excited about the move. The new location on 24th Avenue gives us a larger location to expand services and give customers a great shopping experience. It’s hard to leave a location after 15 years, but because of franchise requirements, in-store decorations and services, we had to make the move.”

Opened in October 1997 by Bob and Barbara Cleveland, with their son and daughter-in-law, Rod and Christine Cleveland, the Norman PostNet original business model had pack and ship, mailbox rentals and walk-up copy services. Over the years, PostNet franchises have expanded to full-service printing and copy services.

The Norman PostNet is part of an international network of neighborhood business centers with more than 850 locations worldwide.

PostNet Centers offer an array of high-demand products and services tailored to meet the needs of business owners and today’s busy consumer. Customers can take advantage of full-service digital printing and document finishing; computer/Internet rental stations; professional packaging; and worldwide shipping via FedEx, UPS, DHL and the U.S. Postal Service.

Other services provided by PostNet include full- and self-service digital copying, digital printing, forms, signs and banners, engineering prints, large format color printing, private mailbox rentals, mail and parcel receiving and forwarding, worldwide faxing, laminating, notary services and much more.

Customers also can purchase postage stamps, packaging materials and additional office supplies at PostNet. To contact the store directly, call 364-5005 or visit postnet.com/ok105.

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