The introduction of Amazon Lockers in 2011 was designed to address several pain points the company was facing when delivering packages to its customers. Six years on, the lockers are in more than 2,000 locations and over 50 cities in the US. And hosting the lockers has become a great opportunity for small businesses to drive foot traffic to their stores. School Lockers Denver Colorado
Lockers are ideal for people who live in apartment buildings without a mailroom or houses with sketchy neighbors. Even secure neighborhoods often fall prey to opportunistic thieves who see a box on the front stoop and help themselves. The uses go beyond being worried about theft, though. Sometimes you need to get an expensive or important package delivered, only to have FedEx not show up during the hours they said they would or, worse, say they knocked when they didn’t. Rather than relinquish your day to the whims of an underpaid delivery person, Amazon Lockers let you ensure you’ll be able to pick up your package when you need it.
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