Longtime Chamber member Staples has remodeled their stores to include TSA PreCheck® enrollment, Passport photos and more.
Staples has been reimagined. Over the past three months, Staples has remodeled the inside of their stores to offer more convenient ways to get travel-ready, print, pack and ship, protect your tech, recycle, and more.
“Our stores have continued to evolve over the 25 years we’ve been in Spokane,” said Sam Fletcher, Staples District Manager. “We’re committed to being the one place to get it all done. From back-to-school shopping to printing and shipping, we are continuing to advance our offerings to meet the needs of our customers.”
This August, Staples held ribbon cuttings at each of their four area locations: Spokane Valley, Downtown Spokane, North Spokane, and Coeur d’Alene. At each ribbon cutting, they also presented a $1,000 Staples Gift Card to a local school district to kick off the school year. Central Valley School District Superintendent John Parker, Board Vice President Debra Long, Director Cindy McMullen, and Legislative Representative Teresa Landa accepted the $1,000 gift card at the Spokane Valley Staples ribbon cutting.
“We’re very thankful for the donation from Staples and their commitment to the community,” said John Parker, Central Valley School District Superintendent. “We know this will go to good use!”
Known for being the preferred back-to-school and office supplies retailer, the remodeled Staples stores now offer an even wider range of services. Customers can enroll in TSA PreCheck, have their passport photo taken in-store, and drop off their Amazon returns without the need for a box or shipping label. Also, customers will receive an in-store coupon for $10 off their purchase of $30 or more with every drop-off.
“We want to help our local business customers in as many ways as possible, and shipping is a big part of that,” Sam Fletcher said. “Customers can come to our in-store Ship Centers and drop off USPS or UPS packages any time of day, seven days a week.”
Staples Print and Marketing has long been pivotal to their success. Their printing services range from banners, brochures, and business cards, which can often be ready that day. For years, the Valley Chamber has used Staples to print various materials, such as our event programs.
“We have a lot of businesses and teachers who come to us in a last-minute crisis, where they need programs or brochures printed that day,” said Deanna Scofield, Staples Spokane Valley General Manager. “Whether it’s for last-minute projects or annual reports, we are honored that our customers have put their trust in us for their print and marketing needs.”
If it’s time to purchase a new computer or laptop, Staples tech experts can help you find the perfect one. From next-day PC repair to setup and support, Staples tech experts can get you up and running in no time.
Need to get rid of that old computer you’re upgrading from, or have old printer cartridges lying around your house? Staples will recycle everything from batteries, old phones, computers, TVs, and ink & toner for free. Since 2012, Staples has recycled 165,947,154 pounds of old technology devices.
Staples has been a member of the Valley Chamber for 20 years and credits the support and relationships with our members as a key reason for their lasting success in the Spokane Valley.
We’re proud to be part of the Valley Chamber for 20 years now,” Sam Fletcher said. “We are continuously working to expand the value our customers and Chamber members receive from Staples, and we look forward to our continuing relationship with the Valley Chamber.”