November 2012 Blue’s News

NOVEMBER HOLIDAYS

Veteran’s Day

Blue Streak will provide normal routed and on-demand service on Veterans Day, Monday, November 12. If your office will be closed and you don’t need regularly scheduled service, please email us.

Thanksgiving

Thursday, November 22nd: No regularly scheduled service. For on-demand service, please call 888-258-7875.

Friday, November 23rd: Regularly scheduled service is planned. If your office will be closed and won’t require service, please email us.

USPS ANNOUNCES NEW PRICING

The United States Postal Service announced in October that postal rates will increase in January 2013. The rate increase will affect small parcel shipping, most notably flat rate boxes, where rates will increase as much as 10%. As the USPS continues to raise rates, Blue Streak remains a viable option for your parcel shipping needs. Email us to discuss ways that we can meet all of your small package shipping needs, especially within Florida.

THE HOLIDAY GIFT-GIVING SEASON IS UPON US

Remember Blue Streak Couriers when you are planning your corporate Christmas gifts. We can provide safe, secure, and cost effective shipping solutions throughout town and across the state. Call us for details, 888-258-7875, or send us an email.

DO YOU KNOW SOMEONE WHO COULD BENEFIT FROM OUR SERVICE?

If you are pleased with the service you receive from Blue Streak, why not share us with your business associates? “Like” us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter and post a comment about the service you’ve received. You can also refer your associates to us so they can take advantage of our services.

FUEL SURCHARGE TO DECREASE IN NOVEMBER

Considering the fact that fuel prices went down across the country in October, Blue Streak’s fuel surcharge will decrease to 11.0% for November. With this, our fuel surcharge continues to be among the lowest in the region.

How it’s calculated: If the average price* of regular, unleaded fuel is above $1.79 during the last week of any given month, the surcharge will be in effect on the first day of the following month.

*as reported for the state of Florida, regular gas, all formulations, on the United States Department of Energy website: US Department of Energy