The UPS Store at Leetsdale and Monaco has always been family owned and has always had that community feel to it. In February 2018, Amy Curran and Rachel Sack purchased the franchise and have maintained that family

Grand Reopening: The UPS Store at Leetsdale and Monaco’s Grand Reopening in July 2019 featured a ribbon-cutting to celebrate their new ownership and upgraded features. Left to right: Jeff Allen, Chamber COO; Matt Poffel, Chamber Ambassador; Rachel Sack, owner of The UPS Store; Inga Phillip, Chamber Ambassador; Amy Curran, owner of The UPS Store, Chris Klapp, Chamber member, and Melissa Albracht, Chamber Ambassador.

 owned level of service that customers have come to expect and enjoy.

“We’ve been here since 1989 so we have a super sense of community,” said Sack. “All of our customers here are daily customers and we see them out in the community so I think that’s what sets us apart. People will go out of their way to come here to see us. They know we will take care of them and we anticipate our customers’ needs. We have such an eclectic group of people around here that people can really relate to us and we can really relate to them.”

The UPS Store, of course, can ship items both nationwide and internationally, but they set themselves apart by having services such as passport photos, notary, and a new production machine with full printing capabilities.

They do a lot of restaurant signage including menus, banners, and exterior signs. They also print business cards and anything else you can imagine for your business. They essentially want to be your one stop shop for all print

ing and shipping.

The UPS Store is also your professional packing and shipping resource offering a range of domestic, international and freight shipping services as well as custom shipping boxes, moving boxes and packing supplies.

The UPS Store is inside the King Soopers Shopping Center at Leetsdale and Monaco, next door to Optical Masters. “Optical Masters are professional people and always so nice,” said Sack. “They are busy but very professional. Their selection is amazing. The owner [

Nima] is a really good guy.”

The UPS Store fits in well with the Chamber who focuses on community and networking. “To be honest, we have a lot of members [of the Chamber

] that come in here and they have mailboxes,” said Sack. “I think it’s definitely been beneficial. We’ve met with the Chamber a few times and attended some of the events and it just seems like such a positive group of people. Everyone is so uplifting. They want you to do better. We are all part of this group and we want to succeed as a group. It’s promoted our business and it has been a win-win situation. We’ve met a lot of people that are in business that are going through the same issues.”

The UPS Store network and the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation team up to provide books to less fortunate children. The Chamber has stepped forward to help set up other donation locations for the Toys for Tots Foundation which The UPS Store partners with.

Launched in March 2008, the Toys for Tots Literacy Program offers the nation’s most economically disadvantaged children the ability to compete academically and to succeed in life by providing them direct access to books and ed

ucational resources that enhance their ability to read and to communicate effectively.

One hundred percent of all proceeds go to support local children and literacy programs. Every dollar helps put a book into the hands of a local child in need. Donations are now being accepted at the UPS Store at 820 S. Monaco Pkwy. in Denver, and outside of Coors Field before the September 14, 2019, Rockies game.

Visit for more information on The UPS Store. For more information about the Toys for Tots Literacy program, visit www.theups