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FedEx Office Business Edge Launched

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

Small businesses have long relied on the expertise and resources of Kinko’s, now FedEx Office, for providing convenient print and shipping solutions to meet their business needs. FedEx Office recognizes its customers during National Small Business Week with the launch of the FedEx Office Business Edge online portal and discount program to help entrepreneurs be productive anywhere, anytime.

The new Business Edge portal will feature content from industry leaders, small business success stories and enrollment information for the new FedEx Office Business Edge program. With this program, small business customers can save anywhere from five percent to 30 percent on qualifying FedEx Office purchases such as signs, banners, printed marketing material and more to enable business success.

“Small businesses are a driving force in the U.S. economy. We are proud to support Small Business Week and are committed to providing customers viable and cost effective solutions with access to our nationwide network of local stores, on-demand printing technology and unrivaled expertise,” said Randy Scarborough, vice president of Marketing of FedEx Office. 

FedEx Office is offering special promotions to recognize the small business community. Customers can take advantage of the 29-cent color copy in-store promotion on May 23, 2012 at self-serve printing at any of the U.S. FedEx Office Copy & Print Centers. For additional customer savings, FedEx Office is offering signage solutions at up to 40 percent off retail prices, including full-color indoor and outdoor 3 feet x 5 feet banners and poster packages now through May 31, 2012. To learn more about the “Print Big, Save Big” sale, or to place an order, visit www.fedex.com/banners. And through May 26, 2012, customers who purchase 250 business cards online will receive the same number of business cards free with orders placed at www.fedex.com/businesscards.


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