Your Small Business Experts in Saint John
Your success is our success! At The UPS Store #200, we want to create solutions that help your small business grow. We are your one-stop-shop for shipping, custom packaging, mailbox rentals, printing (including large-format printing for banners, posters, architectural blueprints, etc.), and much more.
Owner/operator Tracey MacMorrough is happy to welcome you to Saint John’s locally owned and operated The UPS Store. Conveniently located between Mother Nature’s Restaurant and the Lexus dealership on Rothesay Ave, The UPS Store #200 has been proudly serving customers and small businesses in the greater Saint John area since 2005.
We can also administer on-site oaths and affirmations by store owner Tracey MacMorrough, who is an appointed Commissioner of Oaths for the province of New Brunswick. She is authorized to administer oaths for statutory declarations and affidavits, and can assist you with travel consent letters, name change applications, out of province real estate documents, government forms, and more.
Stop by and visit us at 337 Rothesay Avenue. We can’t wait to see you!
Track a UPS Package
Need to ship more packages? Most locations offer extended holiday and weekend hours, Visit one of our locations today.
Book an Appointment
We know your time is valuable. Reserve the time most convenient to you using our Appointment Scheduler below. We look forward to working with you.
Need to print now? Check out our selection of print products, promotional products or upload a file to print quick.
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