Local Business Working To Help Others With Free Service Amid Virus Outbreak

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JAMESTOWN – A Jamestown area business is working to help others by offering a free service amid the novel Coronavirus outbreak.

JRSC Express, at 1611 Foote Ave, is now offering free package receiving for businesses who are not able to receive mail at their normal location.

Jessica Townsend, manager of JRSC Express, says the process to set up the service is simple.









“You can address your packages with your business name to 1611 Foote Ave., Jamestown, NY 14701, then send us an email to express@JRSCExpress.com just to let us know that it is coming so we can keep a lookout for it,” said Townsend. “Then, once we receive your package you are able to pick it up during our business hours 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday.”

In addition to the free receiving service, JRSC Digital, JRSC Express’s sister brand, is selling CDC signs to help businesses follow CDC guidelines.

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“In an effort to make people aware of the social distancing that is going on, and that we are all trying to take part of, we are offering the signs that can be printed on a rigid plastic material so it stands up on its own, or, we can also supply you with a removable wall decal so you can put it up and take it back down when necessary so there is no damage to walls or windows,” explained Townsend. “Those are at a very reasonable rate of $2.50.”

Townsend says the JRSC group, which started as Jamestown Rubber Stamp Company over 60 years ago, has always had the mentality of helping other businesses in need.





















JRSC Express also offers portable storage containers to those who may need a quick and safe place for items. For more visit JRSCExpress.com or call them at (716) 484-6948.

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The company is also auctioning off a 45 mega roll pack of toilet paper. Anyone who visits their facility is eligible to enter.

 

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