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AIM Mail Centers

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Franchise Profile — AIM Mail Centers

AIM Mail Centers are complete postal and business service centers, providing up to thirty different products and services, including shipping, packaging, faxing, notary, mail box rental, photocopy, business cards, office supplies and much, much more.

The demand for postal and business services continues to boom, making an AIM Mail Center a great franchise opportunity.

AIM Mail Centers National Support Center completes a comprehensive site selection evaluation and analysis of your location. Each franchisee (or designated manager) must attend and successfully complete an initial training and familiarization course of ten business days. In addition to your initial training, the National Support Center will send one of its representatives to your facility to work with you for a minimum of three business days during the first week of operation.

Once you are up and running, you'll get ongoing assistance that includes consultation and guidance on all aspects of the operation of your AIM Mail Center.

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