Track 7 Postal Center, located in the heart of the village of Warwick at 3 Forester Ave., is an authorized ship center for Fed Ex, UPS, DHL and USPS.
Identified as “essential” during the pandemic, the company remained open to help customers working from home or shipping items to the family they would normally be visiting in person.
On Wednesday, Aug. 18, Town of Warwick Supervisor Michael Sweeton, Mayor Michael Newhard and members of the Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce joined owners Eileen and Jim Patterson, their family, staff, clients and business associates to celebrate five years of Track 7 new management with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
“We’ve had to adjust quite a lot in this last year,” said store manager John Wenzel. “With government mandates and necessary changes made by the carriers, the patience and understanding we’ve seen from our customers is a wonderfully unique benefit to running a small local business.”
During the past five years, Track 7 has made significant changes to the services offered at the shipping center. It now offers fulfillment services for several e-commerce businesses, and has even developed a new printing service.
Many of the yard signs and banners seen around Warwick were produced by Track 7. Business cards, invitations and large signs celebrating bridal and baby shower decorations can be designed and produced by the company.
“As we have gotten busier,” said Eileen Patterson “we were very grateful to bring Heather Gardner on board. She’s a quick learner and has the same service with a smile and maybe a laugh as we do. We love that she has joined the Track 7 family.”
For additional information about Track 7 Postal Center and its services, visit track7postal.com.
- Roger Gavan