UPS Store Opens In Courtyard Shops

The Wellington Chamber of Commerce has announced that the UPS Store recently opened a new location in the Wellington Courtyard Shops at 13860 Wellington Trace, Suite 38. UPS has another location at 11924 W. Forest Hill Blvd., Suite 22, in the Wellington Plaza. It has been a member of the Wellington Chamber of Commerce since 2011.

The business is owned and operated by Mark Rosenthal, originally from Bloomfield, N.J. He lived there until he was 13 and moved with his family to Wellington. Rosenthal’s father opened Mailboxes Etc. in the Wellington Town Square in 1993 while Rosenthal continued with his studies.

After graduating from Wellington High School with the class of 1999, he enrolled in the University of Central Florida to study business. In 2003, Rosenthal inherited his father’s business and came back to live in Wellington. He is currently engaged to Andrea D’Addario and is planning a fall wedding next year.

The UPS Store offers many services such as UPS and postal shipping both domestic and international; regular, priority and express mail; insured shipments; signatures and guarantees for packages if needed; faxing; black-and-white and color copies; printing from paper or digital printing via computers and external hard drives; a computer area with Internet for customers who come in and need a work space; binding and laminating reports; business cards; folded brochures; direct mail for which a person can physically choose on a map where to target the mailing; door hangers; and mailboxes that are accessible 24/7. The store also sells office supplies, stamps, packing and moving materials, and greeting cards.

On the rare occasion that Rosenthal is not working, he enjoys watching NFL games and rooting for the New York Giants.

For more information about the UPS Store, visit They can be contacted via e-mail at or by phone at (561) 328-6271.


Above: Mark Rosenthal of the UPS Store (third from left) with Wellington Chamber ambassadors Mark “Boz” Bozicevic, Laura Hanson, Andrea D’Addario, Bob Salerno and Denise Carpenter.