Alternatives to P.O. Boxes

What are some alternatives to P.O. boxes? I need customers to ship me orders to something like a P.O. box, but I want them to be able to use any carrier they want (UPS, FedEx, etc.). Any ideas?
PLavelleAsked:
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coreybryantConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Check out Mail Boxes etc or something like that.  Almost all places offer that these days.  Then you get an address like 123 Anystreet # 123.  And the person @ MBE signs for it.  

Go to the local yellow pages & look thru personal services or mailboxes.  You should see a lot of options.

-Corey
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PLavelleAuthor Commented:
Thanks COBOLDinosuar, I wasn't sure where it was appropriate.

Corey, I will check Mail Boxes Etc. out tomorrow
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coreybryantCommented:
Keep in mind, they are only one company, but there could be smaller companies in your area that would provide the same services.

-Corey
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PLavelleAuthor Commented:
I went to MBE today and got one of theirs. Thanks for the help.
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coreybryantCommented:
Anytime.  Good luck with it!

-Corey
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