What We’re Thankful for This Holiday Season

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2015 has been a stellar year for Package Concierge. We reached a personal milestone of 1 million package transactions without a service call; we began developing industry leading technologies such as our mobile application and becoming the first locker solution to offer both shipping and returns; and we received major publicity through the Today Show on NBC. These accomplishments haven’t been easy but as a leader in our industry we strive to set standards and trends. We have A LOT to be thankful for and we wanted to share this with all of our partners and readers.

  • Our Momentum – 2015 was the year of building our momentum within the industry. Earlier this year, our presence in 18 states expanded to 24. This represents a 200% increase in our installations in the last 6 months! We are very thankful to be growing our footprint.
  • Our Staff – The Package Concierge staff, whether in the home office or located elsewhere, is the lifeblood of our business. Without their tireless dedication, Package Concierge wouldn’t have accomplished our previously mentioned growth. It’s not often that a company is fortunate enough to have employees who give their whole hearts to seeing a business thrive, and we know it. To our staff – Thank you very much.
  • Our Clients and Partners – In our last blog post, we thanked our partners and clients for believing in us, and we cannot say that enough. The business and opportunities we’ve developed together has been extremely beneficial to us, and we hope it has been for you as well. Let’s keep building together in 2016.

This year was full of accomplishment and growth for us. 2016 is going to be an even faster year and we’re already starting to build our New Year’s Resolutions (stay tuned for an upcoming blog). We’re setting our sights on bigger hopes and dreams for the New Year and we can’t wait to see what it brings. Until then, happy holidays from Package Concierge!

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