Track 7 celebrates reopening at its new location


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  • Pictured here at the grand opening of the Track 7 Postal Center's new location are Orange County Legislator Barry Cheney (left) and Mayor Michael Newhard (right) holding the ribbon as Betsy and Ken Mitchel, owners of Track 7l (center) prepare to cut it to celebrate the grand opening. They are surrounded by family and friends.



Local officials, members of the Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce and other friends and associates joined Ken and Betsy Mitchell, owners of Track 7 Postal Center, for the grand opening of their business on Wednesday, June 4, at it's new location.

Track 7 Postal Center, an independent shipping and business support center formerly located on First St., recently moved to 3 Forester Ave. at the corner of Forester and Colonial Avenues in the Village of Warwick. The new location has ample parking in the back, and a loading/unloading area near the front entrance.

The Mitchells started the business in 2006, and have since been serving a growing number of customers from Warwick, Orange County and Northern New Jersey.

Track 7 offers expert packaging service, domestic and international shipping through FedEx, DHL and the USPS.

"We can ship anything, anywhere - as long as it's legal," said Betsy Mitchell. "Need a passport delivered to the West Coast by eight a.m. tomorrow? Done. You have 40 pallets of computer equipment that needs to be in D.C. in 36 hours? Track 7 will handle the shipping arrangements. We're really in the business of solving problems."

In addition to shipping services, Track 7 offers high-quality color printing, fax and copy service, mailbox rentals and package receiving, passport photos, order fulfillment services and logistics support. The firm also has an office space/meeting room, available for rent by the hour or day, with internet and printing capabilities available.

Track 7 is a payment center for Warwick Sanitation. And the building at 3 Forester Ave. is also home to Patricia A Rossi, MD.

The firm has been a longtime supporter of the Warwick Ecumenical Council Food Pantry, and continues to accept donations for both the food pantry and the Backpack Snack Attack program.

Hours of operation for Track 7 are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

For additional information, call 845-544-1810 or visit www.track7.us.

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