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Local shipping business pledges 50 percent of Nov. 4 grand reopening proceeds to Santana High School Band and Color Guard

East County News Service

November 3, 2017 (Santee) - To celebrate its commitment and dedication to the local community, local shipping franchise Pakmail pledges to donate 50 percent of total profits from its grand reopening on Saturday, Nov. 4 to Santana High School’s Band and Colorguard teams.

The grand reopening will be free, open to the public and will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 4 at its headquarters in 9880 N Magnolia Ave, Santee, CA 92071.

“We love our community here in Santee, which is why we are committed to providing them the best service,” said Diana Taylor, owner of Pakmail Santee. “We know packages and letters are often to show love to family and friends - especially during the upcoming holiday season - so we are determined to do our best to provide a quality and convenient service.”

The community is invited to attend this free, family-friendly event featuring a performance from Santana High School’s band and colorguard teams from 11:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. and free hawaiian shaved ice from Little Yettie’s Hawaiian Shaved Ice from 12:30 to 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 4. The store also showcases a newly added gift-wrapping station ready for the holiday season, with prices ranging from $3 to $10 depending on gift size. There will be fun, raffle prizes, gifts and coupons from Pakmail and other stores within the same plaza.

About Pakmail:  Pakmail is a local shipping franchise that recently underwent new management during August of this year. Of the two Pakmail franchises in San Diego, only the Santee location is family owned and operated. Pakmail of Santee can help ship any item, both domestic and international. Free item pickup is also available when shipping and packing services are utilized. 619-449-0600. US244@PAKMAIL.COM


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