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SOURCE Postal Connections of America

NEW YORK, May 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- India-born/America-raised Postal Connections of America (PCA) franchise owner Kal Bodawala, was recognized – for the second straight year -- as the number one DHL international retail shipper in the U.S. by DHL at the Retail Shippers Associates (RSA) Annual Expo held recently in Orlando. Bodawala credits his relentless sales and marketing efforts, eternal enthusiasm and dogged determination for the success he has achieved at his highly successful Manhattan-based store.

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The RSA Expo attracts several hundred store owners from across the U.S., vendors and suppliers and is the industry's largest trade show. DHL is the global leader in the logistics industry with a network of more than 220 countries and territories and about 275,000 employees worldwide.

Bodawala operates a PCA store located in the heart of the New York fashion district where literally tens-of-thousands of people walk daily. He supports his business with outside sales calling on the hundreds of businesses in his area and specializes in serving people who are foreign nationals needing to ship things back to their home countries.

In 2013, Bodawala pushed sales over a half-million dollars. Now in his third year of operation, the store ranks fourth strongest in the PCA nationwide network and will likely challenge fellow franchise owners for a higher spot in 2014.

"We are proud to be recognized by DHL and attribute our success to a lot of hard work, delivering exceptional customer service, but we also enjoy excellent franchisee service from the Postal Connections support team – that's why I chose this business over other franchises," explains Bodawala.

Postal Connections NYC, 200 W. 39th Street, is open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9 to 6 Saturday or contact at (212) 840 7445 and pca229@postalconnections.com. For information, go to http://www.postalconnectionsnyc.com/

About Postal Connections of America:

Postal Connections is a growing franchise chain of postal, shipping and business services stores, with its newest stores in Silverton, OR; Manhattan, NY; Orland Park, IL; and Vero Beach, FL. Stores operate to make life easier by offering shipping alternatives, packaging, freight, off-set printing and copies, mail receiving, inkjet, toner and laser cartridges, notary, fax, and a unique variety of online buying and selling services.

Postal Connections of America is a network of 50 franchise stores nationwide and is a sister-chain with 15 iSold It on eBay stores. The franchises are headquartered in Frisco, TX and can be found at www.postalconnections.com and www.877isoldit.com or call 1-800 POSTALS (767-8257).

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