Mail Business, Real Estate Business, or Both?

In the late 1950s, McDonald’s executives discovered that being in the real estate business was more profitable than focusing solely on the food business. McDonald’s founder Ray Kroc had a business partner, Harry J. Sonneborn, who devised a plan to purchase or lease the land on which nearly all McDonald’s restaurants would be located. He then charged franchisees a monthly rental fee for the land, or a percentage of their sales, whichever was greater. The rest, as they say, is entrepreneurial history.


Does a Virtual PO Box service appeal to you?

In today’s mobile society, people socialize, shop, work, and play anywhere and everywhere. Yet even as many aspects of communications and commerce have gone mobile, the physical address has remained static. Wouldn’t it be convenient if you could direct your mail to meet you wherever you go? So, instead of going to your mailbox, your mailbox came to you.



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  • 9 hours 24 min ago
    We live at an RV park. They have installed postal boxes in a room and provided us with a key for our unit. However, the postman brings the mail and drops it off at the office and the park manager is...
  • 16 hours 38 min ago
    Pay for performance?!?!?!? The SUPERVISORS LIE about the numbers so the carriers are skipping breaks and running all day so the SUPERVISORS can get paid for performance?!?!? Exactly who is doing all...

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