|UPS My Choice
gives consumers control over their package deliveries and
alleviates concerns associated with missing packages, packages left
outside, waiting on packages to arrive or counting on others to retrieve
SEMA members benefit from being the first to know about a number of new products and services for auto enthusiasts, and this year UPS is giving them a chance to sign up for one at the Show. UPS has launched a new home-delivery service known as UPS My Choice, which gives consumers control over their package deliveries and alleviates concerns associated with missing packages, packages left outside, waiting on packages to arrive or counting on others to retrieve a package. SEMA attendees have the benefit of registering for this free service at the UPS booth (#11827), located in the North Hall.
UPS My Choice has two membership levels: UPS My Choice Member and UPS My Choice Premium Member. Members receive delivery alerts via e-mail, text or phone with package-delivery information and the option to electronically release packages for free. For a $5 transactional fee per package, members can choose to reroute the package to another address or have it sent to any of the 4,400 UPS Store locations. UPS My Choice Premium members pay a $40 annual subscription fee. Premium Membership provides delivery alerts, a delivery planner, the ability to leave driver instructions and access to delivery options at no additional charge. They also can select a two-hour delivery time for an additional $5.
“UPS has delivered a new level of control for consumers to fit their busy lifestyles with UPS My Choice,” said Kristin DeBates, corporate marketing manager for the UPS Automotive Segment. “As a leading global logistics provider for auto enthusiasts, we understand the concerns around shipping valuable parts, and UPS My Choice alleviates those concerns.”
You don't have to wait until November to sign up for this service at the Show; pre-register now by visiting ups.com/mychoice/pr.