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25 years of Mail ‘N’ More

Burnt Hills business keeps up with changing times

Longtime customer Suzanne Voigt peruses the offerings at Mal ‘N’ More. She’s been getting her printing needs and office goods from the store for 15 years.

Longtime customer Suzanne Voigt peruses the offerings at Mal ‘N’ More. She’s been getting her printing needs and office goods from the store for 15 years. Photo by Julie Cushine-Rigg.

— Voigt added she does a lot of business for the farmers market at Mail ‘N’ More and that they can “beat every price” in the area.

Beyond the retail end, DeLuke offers a full printing service. From the one copier back in 1987, the store’s array has grown to six.

“In house, we print anything … from a full glossy brochure to carbonless paper … and we have a service that does wedding invitations,” said DeLuke.

The store has also been selling a full line of sports paraphernalia for three years, and DeLuke said it’s been a hit with customers. He attributes its success to his son David, who had the idea to carry the goods.

Along with major league teams, the store also carries a full line of Spartan merchandise for the Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake School District. Offering that connection to community, though, is nothing new for DeLuke.

Over the years he’s been president of the Burnt Hills Business and Professional Association and involved with community organizations including the Southern Saratoga County Chamber of Commerce and the Glenville and Burnt Hills Rotary clubs.

“It’s a tight knit group, they look after each other. … It’s a small, but very nice area,” said DeLuke of the Burnt Hills area.

A celebration week to thank customers is slated to take place from Oct. 15 through Oct. 20 at the store. Among the festivities will be local authors, a bounce house for kids as well as 25-cent and $2.50 specials. For more on Mail ‘N’ More visit shopmailnmore.com.

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