There’s a new UPS Store in town.
On December 7, Didlake – a company that works to provide opportunities for individuals with disabilities – opened a UPS Store location in the Potomac Town Center in Woodbridge.
According to a Didlake release, the store’s opening will provide four jobs for disabled individuals in the community, as part of the SourceAmerica program.
More on the SourceAmerica program from a release:
SourceAmerica (formerly NISH), a national nonprofit, is the leading source of job opportunities for a dedicated and highly qualified workforce – people with significant disabilities. SourceAmerica is an AbilityOne-authorized enterprise with a nationwide network of more than 550 community nonprofit agency partners to fulfill contracting needs for the federal government, commercial businesses and government contractors. The SourceAmerica network provides training to people with disabilities, assists them in identifying employment options, and then enables them to be successful at work. SourceAmerica is the vital link between jobs and the people who can do them.
More on Didlake’s decision to open a UPS store from a release:
The UPS Store is an ideal fit for Didlake, which has more than 20 years of experience managing federal mailroom and copy center operations at sites across Virginia, Maryland, and D.C. With the more recent launch of the company’s document management line of business and specialized large format/oversize imaging expertise, Didlake will be able to customize these services to individual customers providing a local presence for Prince William County and surrounding areas.