News From MCAA: Save Big on FedEx; New Online Education Courses

Words: Dan Kamys

Save Big on FedEx; New Online Education Courses

MCAA members can now save up to 20 percent on select FedEx Office copy and print services and 10 percent off other select services at more than 1,800 FedEx Office locations.* Enroll in the MCAA FedEx Advantage Program today to upload, print and ship all in one place.

Members can now receive the following discounts on select FedEx Office business services:

  • Up to 20 percent on select printing and copying services

  • Up to 10 percent on select signs and graphics production and on select finishing services

  • Plus, you may be eligible for savings up to 70 percent, depending on your specific printing quantities.

The wide range of services offered at FedEx Office means that you can now save on:

Your copies, prints and scans are at their best with quality equipment and personal assistance. Highlight your products and services with effective enhancements. Give customers more insight to your company and your offerings by including images, upgrading materials and packaging your message professionally.

Build your business with quality, affordable business cards and stationery from FedEx Office. Produce high-quality marketing brochures, training manuals, flyers, newsletters, designer invitations and other necessary business documents.

Make FedEx Office your sign and banner headquarters. Get your message out in a big way with everything from our full-color vinyl banners to backlit store signage, metal yard signs, auto magnets and more.

As a member of MCAA, you can also receive discounts of up to 26 percent on select FedEx Express, FedEx Ground, and FedEx international shipping services. With more than 1,900 FedEx Office locations, dropping off your packages is never a hassle.

To find a FedEx Office location near you, use the easy FedEx Office locator. It’s now even easier for you to save time and money with FedEx. Sign-up is free, and there are no shipping, copy or print minimums.

Visit to receive your MCAA member’s only passcode and enroll today. If you have additional questions, please call 800-636-2377, 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. EST, Monday - Friday.

New Education Courses

The MCAA has added two new courses to its online education catalog. Each course is free-of-charge and only available to MCAA members.

The new courses include:

Learn the financial techniques and tools you will need to create a proactive “succession” plan to assure the long-term survival of your business and estate assets. Family members (regardless of whether they are active in the family business) are encouraged to attend.

This online course will provide you with a number of practical tips for your business, including which visas you can use in hiring essential foreign national workers; what Comprehensive Immigration Reform will look like and how it will affect your company; and I-9 Compliance.

Each course is eligible for Certification credit. A full list of online courses offered by the MCAA can be found in the Virtual University at To learn more about Certification, please visit

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