UPS Shares Its Plans Moving Forward With Coronavirus Concerns

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Mar 232020

A message from UPS:

We want to do all we can to keep you informed as to the efforts to slow the spread of coronavirus continues.

We’d like to reassure you that UPS operations and The UPS Store®locations have been designated by the governors’ offices in all 50 states as critical infrastructure, and we continue to pick up and deliver, even in restricted areas.

In these unpredictable times, you still have control of your package deliveries. With UPS My Choice®, you can tell your UPS Driver where to leave your deliveries, redirect your deliveries to another address, and receive notifications on when to expect your deliveries from UPS.

If you have a delivery location preference already set for somewhere other than your home, you can update it at any time by logging in to your UPS My Choice account using this link.

UPS is also taking steps to minimize exposure to our customers by adjusting how we handle signature required packages. Now, your UPS Driver will confirm the recipient has taken possession of these packages without asking anyone to sign manually.

More helpful links:

• Track your package

• Locate a UPS pick up or drop off location
Updated in real-time to reflect active and available locations

• Find out how UPS is responding to the coronavirus

Our team members continue to be dedicated to serving you during these challenging times. We hope you and your loved ones stay safe and healthy.

Help Needed Delivering Grad Balloons

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Jun 172014

Make sure your sunroof is  CLOSED!

Make sure your sunroof is CLOSED!

From Amity Principal Charles Britton:

Please help! This afternoon, the Amity PTSA began inflating hundreds of balloons. The balloons are now ready for delivery.

The PTSA is in desperate need of drivers to deliver all the balloons. The task involves picking up balloons at the high school, delivering the balloons to the addresses of graduating seniors, and tying the balloons to the graduate’s mailbox.

If you have a vehicle (preferably an SUV) and a few hours tonight or tomorrow, please help.

Please contact Linda Ferranti at (203) 671-3241 or linferranti@yahoo.com if you can help, or just hop in your car and come on over to the high school – the balloons are bundled and ready for delivery.

EDITOR’S NOTE: I helped inflate and deliver balloons for the first time this year. It didn’t take much time and I felt happy when I completed my deliveries knowing how good seeing the balloons would make the graduating student. I’m going back now, hope to see you there.