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This is a paid announcement from The Shipping Store, a new Sheepshead Bay shipping and mail service located at 2609 East 14th Street.

If you’re looking for a one-stop shop for international and domestic shipping that will go above and beyond for its customers, check out The Shipping Store, a brand new Sheepshead Bay shipping and mail services hub now offering 10% off on domestic shipping and 20% off international shipping.

To receive the limited-time offer, just print out this page, load it on your mobile device or mention Sheepshead Bites at the counter.

Here’s a list of services offered:

  • House Accounts
  • Parcel Shipping
    • Fedex: Express Ground International
    • DHL: International
    • USPS
  • Mail Services
    • USPS
    • Mailbox Rentals with Street Address
    • Stamps & Mailing Supplies
    • Parcel Receiving
  • Notary Services
  • Passport & ID Photos
  • Packing
    • Professional Packing
    • Boxes
    • Packing Supplies
  • Copying
    • Online Printing
    • Volume Discounts
  • Printing
  • Reward Programs

Located just south of Sheepshead Bay Road, the parcel service is housed in the same building as CVS and has free parking in the CVS parking lot.

The Shipping Store, 2609 East 14th Street, (718) 934-0030, fax (718) 934-0035 or e-mail theshippingstore@rocketmail.com.

The above is a paid announcement by The Shipping Store. Sheepshead Bites has not verified the claims made in this advertisement. If you own a business and would like to announce a special offer to tens of thousands of locals, e-mail us at advertising [at] sheepsheadbites [dot] com.

It’s nice seeing new businesses open up in the wake of Superstorm Sandy, so we were excited to see that one spot on a flooded street opened up just a week or so after the waters receded.

The Shipping Store, at 2609 East 14th Street, is now open, filling the parcel vacuum left by the closure of UPS Store on Sheepshead Bay Road in September.

The store is in a newly-created storefront carved out of the building that also houses CVS and Alfa Vision Center, and apparently also allows parking in the CVS lot. The business was nearly all set up when Sandy swept through, flooding East 14th Street with three feet of water, but only a few inches of water got in, we’re told. It recovered quickly, and celebrated its opening shortly afterwards.