UPS National Returns Day Jan 3 Twitter Party #HassleFreeReturns

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NatReturnsDay_TwitterPartyInviteV2-2Didn’t get what you want this year? Don’t sweat it. UPS has you covered for hassle free returns. With more and more consumers doing the majority of their shopping online these days. UPS has the most extensive returns capabilities in the industry. There has been a 15% increase in retail returns in 2012 vs. 2011, according to UPS.

So on January 3, UPS will ship more than 520,000 packages from consumers back to retailers. Consumers can ship a return package at the UPS store, their local post office or hand it to a UPS driver.


Tweet with me!

Join UPS for the National Returns Day Twitter party on January 3 from 3-4 p.m. EST

Follow and tweet with the #HassleFreeReturns and @UPS

Hosted by @AudreyMcClellan & @VeraSweeney

I’ll be tweeting live from the Atlanta area.

Visit the Roswell UPS store:

10800 Alpharetta Hwy

Roswell, GA  30076

[email protected]


(770) 641-1702

If you’re in Boston or Denver area hop into these stores.

Boston: The UPS Store, 946 Great Plain Avenue, Needham, MA 02492

Denver: The UPS Store, 8200 S Quebec St Ste A3, Centennial, CO 80112


Enjoy Octane Coffee while you’re in the store!

Follow them on Twitter @OctaneCoffee and Facebook

Recently named one of “America’s Coolest Coffee Houses” by Travel & Leisure Magazine, Octane Coffee has been serving top notch coffee, award-winning desserts and excellent eats for the past ten years. Visit Octane’s three locations in Atlanta and one in Birmingham, Alabama.


The UPS National Returns Day public relations team partnered with bloggers such as myself to help educate consumers about UPS National Returns Day. As part of this program, I received compensation for my time. They did not tell me what to say or influence opinions in my blog posts. UPS believes that consumers and bloggers are free to form their own opinions and share them in their own words. UPS’s policies align with WOMMA Ethics Code, FTC guidelines and social media engagement recommendations.


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  1. Since we no longer have a vehicle, I find myself shopping online, more and more often. We’re actually even thinking about starting to purchase bulks of tissue, dish washing liquid, soaps, and cleaners online too. I hope this isn’t weird but its way more convenient than walking to the store in the winter. It wouldn’t be so bad if we actually had a sidewalk to walk on – negative. The big semi trucks pass us and it’s pretty scary!

    I hope you enjoyed your Christmas!

    Have a happy New Year!

    • Oh I’m with you. I buy formula in bulk from Sam’s Club but it’s actually cheaper if they ship it to my house! Beats taking both my girls out in the cold for a couple of things!


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