Update: Holiday Office Hours & Shipping Schedule

*During long holiday breaks, such as Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's, please note that we do "hold" packages from shipping on certain days for security reasons (packages lingering in sort facilities around holidays pose higher security risks). We believe this grace period is in the customer's best interest, and could potentially impact the 3-day shipping window slightly.

December 23rd: We are open normal business hours, but we will *not* be shipping.
December 24th: We are closed.
December 25th: We are closed.
December 26th: We are closed.
December 29th: We are open normal business hours, and we will be shipping.
December 30th: We are open normal business hours, and we will be shipping.
December 31st: We are open normal business hours, but we will *not* be shipping.
January 1st, 2015: We are closed.
January 2nd, 2015: We are open normal business hours, but we will *not* be shipping.

Normal hours and shipping schedule resume on January 5th, 2015. Online order is open, as always, 24/7/365, and emails will be checked regularly throughout the holiday season.

Wishing all of our customers Happy Holidays!


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