New PostNet Franchise Owner Profiled by Minnesota Newspaper
Local publication features a new PostNet franchise owner ecstatic to open the doors to his business
The Sun Sailor, a news publication in Wayzata, Minnesota, recently profiled the opening of Alex Vaynberg’s PostNet location in the Minneapolis suburb.
The article, written by reporter Jason Jenkins, focuses on the Alex’s enthusiasm for his new business. Alex is described as being “noticeably excited to hold the title of Wayzata’s newest business owner.”
“PostNet of Wayzata, which opened Jan. 12, provides design, print, direct mail, website layout and shipping services,” Jason writes in his article. “The new franchise service center caters to small-business owners, employees who work from home and anyone else looking for help on their latest project. From business cards and stationery to fliers and banners, Vaynberg said PostNet’s goal is to meet any and all of the community’s printing and promotional needs.”
Jason hit the nail on the head: we are in business to help other small businesses thrive. Our nearly 300 PostNet franchise owners make life easier for local businesses by providing graphic design, marketing, printing, and logistics solutions that help them reach and win over more customers. The range of services we offer makes us unique, as does the personal business relationship that our franchisees offer fellow entrepreneurs in their communities.
Alex, who lives in a neighboring town, told Jason that “he never expected to open a business in Wayzata,” but is now thrilled to be working hard to establish relationships with other businesses in his community.
“I’ve walked up and down the street introducing myself to the business owners,” Alex says. “The community’s so nice and friendly and welcoming. I’m excited to be a part of it all.”
If you’re interested in joining Alex in establishing a PostNet Neighborhood Center in your community, the time is now. Entrepreneurs and independent contractors make up a growing portion of the American economy, and PostNet provides the tools and expertise to help them compete for customers. There were 27.9 million small businesses in the United States in 2010, according to the U.S. Small Business Administration, which primes our franchise owners to be successful in local markets.