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Island Mail Provides “Mail in a Breeze”

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Whether you’re in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands as a visitor, a local — or always in spirit — Coconut Post keeps you posted on fun-filled news ’n views. Published monthly by Flamboyan On The Bay Resort & Villas, we’re focused on sharing our people, places, and fun things happening in paradise.

April, 2023

Whether you are a long-time St. Thomas resident, seasoned snowbird, carefree island hopper, retiree, business traveler, Caribbean sailor, or you are moving to the territory, Island Mail is at your service with a host of communication and relocation options to help you.

Owned and operated by Drs. Michelle and Damico Nicome, the slogan at Island Mail is “Mail in a Breeze.” How appropriate! Services range from virtual and physical mailbox rental to computer and Internet rental, printing, faxing, scanning and copying, office space rental and more.

Small, medium and large mailboxes are available, on site, in the welcoming ambience of an office setting. Here you will find state-of-the-art desks featuring the latest stand-up options — as well as an attractive lounge area and private meeting space, too.

And there’s more good news. As a client of Island Mail, you are given a  local street address rather than P.O. Box. Particularly for those in the process of moving, that’s an invaluable “plus.”

Whatever your individual circumstance might be, you can count on the enterprising owners of Island Mail to provide customized customer care.

Above: At Island Mail, in addition to a spacious and welcoming lounge area, desk space is available for rent.

Above: Island Mail makes it a breeze to receive mail and packages, rent office space, have copies made, send faxes and so much more.

Above: Dr. Michelle Nicome assists Todd Sanders, a local Island Mail customer.

Above: Island Mail offers the privacy and convenience of an intimate meeting space.

Top of the page: Proprietors Michelle and Damico Nicome welcome you to Island Mail in Yacht Haven Grande, Suite N-104, across from Indigo 4 Restaurant.

Are you doing a lot of traveling? A virtual mailbox at Island Mail enables you to view and manage your mail on a secure cloud-based platform from anywhere in the world. As a virtual customer, once your mail arrives, Island Mail will scan envelopes and upload to your online mailbox. You then have the option for mail to be opened, scanned, and available to view in PDF format. You may request that mail be forwarded, held at Island Mail, or securely shredded.  View Virtual Mailbox Plans

St. Thomas residents since 2015, Michelle and Damico are graduates of Vanderbilt University and both hold doctorates in education.

Said Michelle with a thoughtful smile, “We opened Island Mail two years ago.” The couple advised the facility has been operating in Yacht Haven Grande since March of last year.

“This is the ideal location for us,” Damico emphasized. With its proximity to charter yacht facilities as well as shops and restaurants, it truly is a convenient enterprise serving individuals and business professionals alike.

Damico added, “We have a lot of customers who are in the process of moving to the island. Our service gives them a proper street address with convenient package delivery, especially during the transition.”

In short, Island Mail was designed to be affordable, simple and flexible.

Business Center hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and Saturday until noon.

Island Mail is in the heart of Yacht Haven Grande, just across from Indigo 4 Restaurant. Find them on Google Maps

For additional information, follow Island mail on Facebook or email management@islandmailvi.com. Call 754-755-6245 or 877-237-2105.


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