One of Brambleton’s newest tenants is wowing everyone who walks through their doors. Rebel Taco opened near the end of 2022 and has made a serious impact on the Brambleton Town Center. To learn more about your new favorite spot, read on!

Just a few short months ago, local chain Rebel Taco set up shop in the Brambleton Town Center. The journey began about 5 years ago, and went from one food truck to a food truck PLUS three locations…and another on the way. Since it’s opening, the buzz surrounding this restaurant has grown consistently. Why? Because to the Rebel Taco team, “rebel” is more than just a name. These tacos go far beyond your traditional Tex-Mex cuisine to incorporate flavors that are meaningful to the areas in which they place their locations.

Rebel Taco sampler

Here in the Town Center, the Rebel Taco team makes a point of including ingredients Brambleton residents will appreciate, even if they aren’t considered traditional for this style, because they care about this community the way Brambletonians do. You can also see this care in the way they’re upping their game to cater to the audience here with activities, events and more. One of the most important additions? Brunch! While a true lunch menu is still in the works, Saturdays and Sundays are open for brunch starting at 11am, perfect for a get together with friends and family alike.

Rebel Taco S'mores station

Another kid-friendly add-on is the s’mores set up Rebel Taco has created. Folks can buy kits with everything you need to make these delicious treats and roast marshmallows over their fire pits – located on a heated patio – and DIY the perfect dessert right in the middle of the hustle and bustle of the Brambleton Town Center. All you can eat Taco Tuesdays are a part of their standing schedule now too, with $10 margaritas for grown ups. Girls’ Night Out gets better too with Rebel Taco’s Happy Hour every Tuesday-Friday, which includes not just drink specials, but four dollar tacos – talk about a deal! Topping it all off, live music is in the works, and Rebel Taco will be announcing the lineup soon.

But what do their customers really think?

“The staff is amazing, the food is so flavorful, and the atmosphere is relaxed and fun. Ask for the hot salsa when you order the chips. The salsa verde is on point. Definitely a place I will go to often.”

“The restaurant is very eye-catching with an outdoor and indoor bar. Restaurant was unique and colorful and had a nice vibe too it. My kids loved the food and we had an amazing time!”

Amazing experiences like the one at Rebel Taco are on par with what the community can expect of Brambleton. No matter what you want to do, whether it’s spending time with family or friends, relaxing or getting excited, you can find it here. With Town Center tenants like Rebel Taco, you can have a delicious time, whatever you’re doing.

Whoa! Here comes the holidays and everyone’s to-do list will be doubling! Between preparing for family visits and overall entertaining, we know the common question, “what should I get them this year?” is very top-of-mind. Luckily, Brambleton has plenty of opportunities to shop local.

The Brambleton Town Center business owners are part of our community, and as such, know exactly what will make the holidays top-notch for all. From restaurants to something special for your 4-legged bestie, opportunities to dance & sing and everything in between, our amazing businesses and business owners are committed to serving the community in every way.

Your first stop? Go Bananas! Our favorite local toy shop has something for the child in all of us! Look for this year’s holiday catalog already in the mail, and shop early for their Black Friday Sale on November 25 from 10 AM – 12 PM!

Go Bananas’ Holiday 2022 Toy Catalog will be arriving soon!

Every year, Go Bananas researches and curates the best of the best in every area of children’s lives and makes it all available to the children of Loudoun County, both in person and online in an exciting and inviting environment. The store balances entertainment and education to make sure kids have the opportunity to learn while they play, helping them develop their curiosity without losing their sense of fun. Whether your child is interested in music, science or magic, Go Bananas will surely have something to wow your favorite young person. The store goes above and beyond to provide toys and activities for every age as well, from infants to pre-teens, so you can rely on them to be there for your child.

The Salvation Army Angel Tree will be placed inside the Brambleton Town Center Pass-Thru and adorned with tags on Wednesday, November 9. Return unwrapped gifts by 5 PM on Monday, December 5.

Brambleton’s local businesses do even more for the community than just provide goods and services though. Go Bananas and many other businesses make a point of hosting and participating in events that give back to the community like Trick-or-Treating or the annual Angel Tree, as well as their own initiatives. They strive to not only meet the community’s needs in the way they do business, but also how they positively impact those members of the community who need a little something extra, both directly and indirectly. Supporting these businesses allows them to continue to not only employ community members and serve them via their business, but also gives them the ability to continue to pay it forward.

If you are still figuring out the best gifts for your list this season, consider supporting local businesses. The care they put into their experience is unmatched (if you head over to Go Bananas, every purchase can be wrapped for free). Whether you’re looking for something special for just one person or the whole gang, there is sure to be a local business with just the right stuff.

Town Center trick or treating event

It’s hard to believe it, but Halloween is just around the corner, and Halloween in Brambleton is back in a big way. We’ve got no tricks and all treats this year as we dig into fall fun thanks to our amazing Town Center shops & restaurants! It’s always a fun time to take a trip around Brambleton Town Center this time of year and see the Halloween decorations that add an extra level of charm to our community, one that is certainly not lost on our younger residents. Soon they will be decked out in their scariest and silliest, going door-to-door with everyone reconnecting in a way we haven’t been able to experience for some time now.

Brambleton Town Center Trick-or-Treating will be in full swing this year on Sunday, October 24th from 12-2pm. Blue Ridge Grill, Good Dog Rocky, Edible Arrangements, Bella Ballerina and even Costa Dentistry (dentists still want you to have fun – AND they’re even raffling off an Amazon gift card!) will be joining together with the other tenants to make your little ones’ Halloween the best yet! We know that residents and businesses alike have been looking forward to this event’s comeback, and we are sure it will be as fun as ever. Entertainment will include trick-or-treating, strolling characters, craft station, balloon artist and more. Remember, supplies are limited, so come early!

If your Halloweekend plans include hosting a shindig this year, make it so good it’s scary with a themed charcuterie board. Whether you prefer tricks or treats, we love this idea! Say goodbye to the brie, because these Halloween charcuterie boards are filled with a variety of candies & chocolates – yum! Just like with any charcuterie board, variety is key to making it a success. Hershey’s has a variety of special Halloween candies, including Kit Kat Witch’s Brew, and Vampire Kisses or try M&M’s Creepy Cocoa Crisp. You can add a little crunch in there, too, with Halloween cookies from our local Harris Teeter. Don’t forget the Oreo Halloween orange cookies or the Skittles cauldron flavors; all fun and festive snacks that will surely have your guests howling at the moon for more.

One of the things we look forward to the most during the fall months are all the opportunities to get together; so, there’s no better time of year for one of our NEW, favorite traditions – Fridaze on the Plaza at Brambleton Town Center. With musical acts, kid-friendly entertainment and the opportunity to dine al fresco, this get together is designed for the whole family to enjoy, along with all of your friends in the Brambleton community!

Just like September, this month’s event on the 15th is one not to miss, and you can plan ahead by grabbing dinner or apps to-go from any of your Town Center favorites! With entertainment for all ages along Brambleton Plaza it’s the perfect time to gather your crew and kick off the weekend right.

Fun fact! Did you know that Edible Arrangements has rebranded nationwide!? Now, you can get even more goodies for your Fridaze on the Plaza. With cookies, bagged popcorn, nuts, chocolate candies, party platters and more, you can choose from so much more than before. Call ahead (hours are 9 AM – 5 PM) and with your new Edible snacks in hand, you’ll be a hit with your friends at Fridaze! Our favorites include the chocolate covered graham crackers, peanut butter cups and Spooky Sweet Halloween Combo.

If planning isn’t your thing though, there is no need to worry, as many more BTC eateries will be open for the duration of the event, which is great! Plus, some restaurants are offering special promos just for Fridaze. At California Tortilla, there are free chips & queso with the purchase of any entree on Friday from 12-8 PM. At Nick’s Taverna, you can get a free order of hummus with purchase if you mention FRIDAZE when ordering. Also, SweetFrog has BOGO 50% off (of equal or lesser value) any size cup from 5-8 PM.

With all these sweet deals, you’ll need your friends to help you eat your way through FriDAZE on the Plaza at BTC. Not to mention, music in the background and lots of fun for the kiddos gives you the perfect opportunity to relax in this gorgeous setting, including outdoor seating with tables and chairs on the closed street to make the event walkable, safe and extra cool. See you there!

When choosing a new family home, one of the most important factors is often the kind of life your new setting can provide for your children as they age. The Harris family knew this when they decided to move to Loudoun County for Chuck Sr.’s job, and their choice of Brambleton for their new home has turned out to be excellent for their family as a whole. The opportunities in and around the community have helped the Harris family foster both passions and relationships that have been long-lasting and full of joy. Their son, Chuck Jr., is even playing basketball for Butler University as a result of his playing basketball in Loudoun County growing up, but that is not all the family has as a result of their time in Brambleton.


The Harris family originally moved from Louisiana in 2011 into a Miller and Smith home. They continue to live there 10 years later and still love the way the community feels uniquely urban and suburban. The home has several features that make it work for every member of the family, from the loft area that was perfect when the kids were growing up to the family room that continues to be the center of the home, allowing everyone to spend time together even if someone is cooking in the kitchen. As four busy individuals, time together is always special.


Their home has kept up with the Harris’ changing needs over the years, as have Brambleton and the community at large. For instance, Euvetta like so many is now working from home full time, but has touted the excellent broadband for its ability to keep her moving at the pace to which she is accustomed. This is thanks to Brambleton’s long standing partnership with Verizon FiOS, which is included in the monthly community association dues. Another great perk the Harris family loves? The walking trails throughout Brambleton’s community. With over 18 miles of a paved trail system, well-designed play and exercise areas blend natural hardscapes and landscapes to serve the leisure and recreational needs of residents and the Harris’ are happy to take part.


The easy navigation of Brambleton also lets the Harris family spend plenty of time in the Town Center. While Euvetta and Chuck Sr. prefer the library, or people-watching by the fountain on a warm day, kids Chuck Jr. and Nina like to spend that time socializing with their friends. Whether they want to grab a bite to eat, do their easy errands or just walk around and have a chat, the Town Center provides them a safe and inviting location in which to do it. Early on, Chuck Jr. made friends through the local Leesburg Basketball Club, leading to even more fun in the area. Eventually, that enthusiasm and dedication for the game paid off with opportunities at Butler, all thanks to the space and time afforded him by his family and surrounding community.


Chuck Jr.’s success doesn’t mean the family has plans to move to Indianapolis any time soon though. With everything they have around them, why would they? Inside their home and out, the Harris’ have a life full of connection, excitement and amenities that help them do what makes them happiest, plus Nina is more than happy at her current school. However, if you happen to see a Butler basketball game on, be sure to look out for number three, Harris.

As the warmth and beauty of summer take full effect, many are heading outside to soak up some rays and enjoy time with their loved ones, especially since so many events were delayed or canceled in the summer of 2020. Graduations, weddings and retirement parties feel that much more special now that we can truly celebrate them together, but oftentimes when we consider party planning, our minds head straight back inside. Enter Picnic and Pearls, the brainchild of Brambletonian, Shalini Navale, and her business partner, Shub Sawhney.


Shalini and her family have been living in Brambleton since 2016; it was their first choice neighborhood after she and her husband found out they were pregnant with their first child. The couple had been living in Rwanda and working in the public health field but wanted to raise their children closer to family and in a good school district, making Brambleton an easy choice. Shalini and her husband chose a Miller and Smith home that wowed them from the moment they walked in. With the luscious green space behind the home, the family room, with its floor-to-ceiling windows that look out onto that space, is the family’s favorite room in the whole house.

When venturing into the greater community, the family can’t get enough of all of Brambleton’s amenities. The library is a top destination for both of their kids, three and five, in the Town Center, but their favorite activities involve being in nature. Shalini mentioned, “The beautifully landscaped and strategically developed community is such a delight to enjoy whether it’s on a walk with the family or simply driving around.”


While the kids have a soft spot for Brambleton’s 18 miles of trails, when Shalini gets some time to herself, she loves the special outdoor offerings of Brambleton like the Farmer’s Market, Brewfest and food truck rallies.


Her business, Picnic and Pearls, revolves around the outdoors as well.


Picnic and Pearls is a Brambleton-based, women-run luxury boutique picnic event planning business. They have partnered up with other local businesses to bring you beautifully curated picnics for any kind of event. The picnics are customized to their clients needs. They have several themes and enhancements to choose from to make sure your picnic experience is unforgettable!


Shalini and her partner Shub offer options to truly tailor their events to their clients’ desires and locations, be it at a client’s home or a partnering business like one of the many wineries in the area (Loudoun County is DC’s Wine Country after all). After a highly successful Mother’s Day and fully-booked June, their business is taking off in a big way.


Shalini truly embodies the community-focused spirit that is at the heart of Brambleton’s mission – to see Brambletonians that contribute to their surroundings and are able to relax in them as well, especially with their family and friends as she does. Her enthusiasm and commitment to others is evident in every part of her life, making her just as warm as the perfect summer’s day. If you’re interested in an event with Picnic and Pearls, reach out to them via Facebook or Instagram @picnicandpearls or visit their website, for a fantastic event right in your own backyard.

kids-at-summer-concert Luckily, the Brambleton Town Center is ready as always to meet any and all needs of both residents and visitors alike. From old faithfuls to new or improved options, there are tons of opportunities for everyone to have the summer of a lifetime.


Food is always an important item to tick off the list, and the Town Center is ready to accommodate every appetite. Favorites like AhSo, Blue Ridge Grill and Nick’s Taverna all have outdoor seating for those who wish to take advantage of higher temperatures to enjoy dining alfresco. Don’t worry if it’s a bit too hot though, Sweet Frog’s Frozen Yogurt and Cold Stone Creamery are ready and waiting to help you cool off with a sweet treat after your meal. Want to make room for the whole crew to hang out after a game or a long day at camp? Scotto’s has you covered with a wide array of options, from salad to pizza, to entertain anybody’s tastes.

Need a break while on the go? Peet’s Coffee is happy to serve customers with its drive thru, whether you need something hot to relax or iced to refresh. If the car is thirsty for some gas too, then it might be time to stop by the newest gas station, conveniently located near the Town Center on Soave Drive – the Filling Co! Opened in late May, the Filling Co. can feed not only the car, but the whole family with its menu of hand-crafted drinks, snacks and entrees. Summer favorites include any one of the eight smoothies on selection, burgers, hot dogs, or a combo from their value menu. If you need to get a goodie everybody will love at the cookout, try an edible arrangement! With so many assortments available, it will be easy to find the perfect combination to help party-goers cool off in the heat of the grills.

It’s not all about food though. If you want to keep it casual, nothing really beats bringing your favorite furry friend to the Town Center for some people (and dog) watching. Good Dog Rocky, a staple for pets, is offering sweet treats to all the fur babies that come in, and most tenants in the Town Center have water bowls outside as well to make sure everyone stays properly hydrated. From there, you can wander on any of the surrounding walking trails with your pup to a park, or just park yourselves nearby to catch some rays and enjoy your day with your pet.


Hoping to avoid the summer temps altogether? Brambleton is proud to announce that Regal Fox Cinemas in the Town Center is back and better than ever, having used its 2020 closure to make fantastic renovations, including just about every inch of the theater and its amenities. Ticketing itself has moved primarily online, although there are also self-serve kiosks in the lobby which replaced the need for the traditional box office. The individual theaters now have more luxurious seats which recline either in part or in full among other changes. A new 4DX theater has been added as well to enhance the viewing of major blockbusters by adding elements such as wind and fog to create an immersive experience. In terms of snacks, there are now bars for Lavazza coffee, B-fresh smoothies and cocktails to take with you to your show. Talk about options to beat the heat!


One final resident favorite are the Neighborhood Pop-Up Events. These casual gatherings of families and neighbors in a relaxed, stress-free setting are an opportunity to enjoy time outdoors while watching a movie or listening to live music. Stay tuned to the Friday Flash and BCA Facebook page for all Neighborhood Pop-Up Event announcements.


With all this and more in the Town Center, this summer will surely be one to remember. We look forward to seeing you around!

There is new life abounding in the nature of our parks and 18 miles of trails, both flora and fauna. Beauty surrounds Brambleton and life has started its new cycle, bringing with it many exciting new changes. While it is always beautiful to experience nature in action, there can be times when we have a harder time coexisting with it (anyone allergic to pollen?).


One such situation occurred earlier this spring when a swarm of bees left their hive to make a new one…right along one of our much adored trails. Despite the fact that this situation could seem very stressful initially, our residents were able to keep a cool head, and one of our own stepped up to safely relocate the bee colony to his very own apiary about a mile from Brambleton. This was realtor Tim Groszkowski.

Tim and his family, including wife Jessie, kids Julia and Owen, and their two dogs Lulu and Charlie Brown, have called Brambleton home since 2008. The family are all major advocates for life in Brambleton as they are so thrilled with what they have found here. As Tim works in real estate himself, when he and Jessie were house hunting they knew exactly what they needed.


The family loves spending time both inside and outside their home, which features a beautiful kitchen that everyone enjoys spending time in together and FiOS that keeps them entertained and up to date on goings-on. When they venture into the Town Center, the Groszkowskis prefer food spots as well, with their favorites being Blue Ridge Grill, Nick’s and Cold Stone. When they decided to move to Brambleton, it was features like these that drew them in, as well as outdoor amenities such as the pools and walking trails.


Tim is an advocate for the well-being of our planet, especially bees, and even earned a degree in Sustainability and Energy Resource Studies from George Mason University on top of a beekeeping-specific course a few years ago to help him learn and cultivate his own apiary. This made him the man to go to when his neighbors were experiencing trouble with having new neighbors of their own – an entire colony of bees making their home in the basement. Tim immediately put on his protective gear and set out to mediate the situation between homeowners and unexpected tenants.


He was able to successfully rehome not only his neighbor’s bee colony, but one that was headed to a new home and had stopped to rest on a branch by one of Brambleton’s trails. While Tim is allergic to bees, he is well-versed in how to deal with them in a way that is safe for everyone involved so he doesn’t worry. He even provided some tips for those who may see another colony on their journey.

“The goal is always the same – to get the bees in the new hive as quickly as possible with the least disruption. Remember, if you see a swarm don’t panic.  The bees do not want to attack or hurt you. Do not disturb them and contact someone like me with the knowledge and skills to handle the situation.”


It is safe to say that Brambletonians everywhere are thankful for neighbors like Tim who know what to do in these situations. Two things that the community is often noted for are its beautiful settings and the kind people who truly care about one another, and Tim’s care for his neighbors both large and small is a fantastic example of how to minimize any potential conflicts between the two. Rehoming seems to truly be his specialty, so if you want to work with Tim as a homebuyer or seller, head over to and see how he can fill your needs.

As the weather continues to warm and more people turn their attention to the outdoors, many wish to make the most of their own spaces. Whether their vision includes a pool, a fully functioning outdoor kitchen or just some landscaping, finding the right person for the job can be tough. Enter Wine Patio Landscape Design. Serving NoVa since 2013 and helmed now by Brambletonian Katie Campbell, Wine Patio Landscape Design is focused on making the outdoors just as inviting as indoors.

Her passion for pleasing clients is enhanced by her enthusiasm for Brambleton and all that it has given her and her family. She currently lives in a home overlooking one of Brambleton’s many beautiful ponds (and with a fantastic outdoor terrace) with her fiance, their son, their Au Pair and Lokie, a Boxer/Shepherd mix. They love spending time on the walking paths and trails as well as in Brambleton’s parks. When they decide to venture into the Town Center, Nick’s Taverna, AhSo and My Thai Place are their go-to’s, although the family can also be seen spending time with their neighbors at a driveway get together.

“Our neighbors have become more than just neighbors; they are close friends. We help each other out and keep an eye out for each other’s kids when they are out playing. It takes a village and we are super happy to be part of the Brambleton village!”

These relationships are also strengthened through Wine Patio Landscape Design, as Katie makes sure to get everything right for her fellow Brambletonians. Katie loves that the Brambleton community has so many wonderful people and considers it a perk of her job that many of her Brambleton clients become friends. Every job she works on, she makes a point to create a space that not just the client can be proud of, but the entire community.

Katie also feels a personal sense of pride when she sees landscapes she has worked on being used to their fullest in the Brambleton community. She works hard to design a plan that not only fits the client’s vision but their budget as well. Having her clients (and friends) live nearby with work she created further commits her to her business’ high standards for all.

“At Wine Patio Landscape Design, you will receive a white glove experience. Whether it is a patio and a few shrubs or an elaborate outdoor kitchen area around a sparkling pool, we bring your design ideas to life. Starting with a tailored design plan based on your budget, wants and needs, flawless implementation, and through the continued upkeep of your investment!”

From personal life to professional, Katie is incredible at making everyone in her life feel included. With an openness to befriend anyone she comes across, it is easy to see why she chose a profession that allows her to meet so many people and why she is so beloved among her clients. Katie even mentioned that she is excited to meet even more of her neighbors through her business. So when you are ready for your next outdoor transformation and want to make sure it is done right, check out


**Last updated December 15, 2021**
Tropical Smoothie Cafe
23634 Strickland Dr, Suite #100 | 703-327-2120

Join our crew! We’re looking for fun, energetic crew members to help us spread the sunshine! Apply here.

AhSo Restaurant
22855 Brambleton Plaza, #108 | 703-327-6600

Interested in becoming part of the team? Email or fill out the form here. The following positions are available:

AhSo Cellars
22855 Brambleton Plaza, #105 | 703-327-6600

  • Team Leader: 3+ years working with wine preferred, retail management experience preferred
  • Sales Associate: retail experience preferred, wine knowledge preferred, full/part time available
  • Best Brains
    22895 Brambleton Plaza, #104 | 571-386-0000
    Bloo Dental
    22855 Brambleton Plaza, #208 | 703-327-5533
    Blue Ridge Grill
    22865 Brambleton Plaza | 703-327-1047
    Broadlands Family Practice, an Inova Partner
    22895 Brambleton Plaza, #200 | 703-722-2312
    California Tortilla
    42385 Ryan Road, #100 | 703-542-8822

    If you are energetic and self-motivated, come join our team. As a growing company, we offer tremendous opportunities for the right person: Competitive Salaries, Free Meals, Fun and friendly environment, Flexible Schedules & Career Advancement.

    Job Types: Full-time, Part-time / Apply in person

    Costa Dentistry
    42395 Ryan Road, #104 | 703-542-7000

    Costa Dentistry is currently hiring for two full-time positions for Dental Assistant and Dental Hygienist.

    Dental Hygienist: $43-55 per hour. $2,000 start incentive.
    Position Requires:

    Fairfax Pediatric Associates
    22850 Brambleton Plaza, #300 | 703-391-0900

    Fairfax Pediatric Associates is a busy/ friendly and dynamic pediatric practice with offices in Brambleton, Centreville and Fairfax. We offer a competitive salary and excellent benefit package. Come join our team! Please email resumes to

    Filling Co Gas & Grub + Shell Gas Station
    42315 Soave Drive
    Go Bananas
    42395 Ryan Road, #122 | 703-327-1900

    Seeking a Sales Associate and Senior Sales Associate with flexible availability during weekdays as well as some evening and weekend availability. The Sales & Senior Sales Associates will be responsible for helping customers, receiving inventory, keeping stock organized, helping to visually merchandise the store, and other duties that might not be listed here. A friendly, approachable personality is a must! If you have previous excellent customer service skills and an eye for detail, apply now!

    These positions can be part-time (<30hr) or full-time (30hr). Ideally, we’re looking for someone who can work during the day for at least 2-3 weekdays, and the possibility of a shift over the weekends: morning or afternoon/evening. However, if your availability isn’t exactly this but something close, we’d still love to hear from you.

    My Thai Place
    42385 Ryan Road, #104 | 703-327-5900
    Nick’s Taverna
    42395 Ryan Road, #130 | 703-327-7844

    Nick’s Taverna is located in the state-of-the-art Brambleton Town Center, a trendsetting community with easy access to nearby towns and ample parking. For over 13 years, we’ve been using traditional family recipes to satisfy our guests’ palates and exceed their expectations. We strive to build connections with our guests and create memorable experiences for them. Our staff is considered family and our guests are no different.

    If you are high-spirited, eager to learn and known as reliable, then we want you! We love to promote from within, while training for advanced opportunities! Apply online.

    Here’s what we’re looking for:

    Northern Virginia Orthodontics (NVO)
    22855 Brambleton Plaza, #200 | 703-327-1718
    Onelife Fitness
    42365 Soave Drive | 703-774-9500
    Regal Fox Cinemas
    22875 Brambleton Plaza, #100 | 703-957-1027
    Scotto’s Rigatoni Grill
    42395 Ryan Road, #128 | 703-957-4994
    The UPS Store
    42395 Ryan Road, #112 | 703-957-4545

    Join The UPS Store team as we conquer the customer service world! We’re a team of hard-working, fun loving professionals who get the job done right. We spend our days making customers happy and we’ve got the skills, tools, and attitude to make that happen!

    The Center Associate is responsible to deliver world-class customer service to all retail customers. He/She receives and processes packages for courier shipment, operates copiers, fax machines, binding equipment, laminating machines, and point-of-sale devices. The Associate expertly advises our valued customers by providing accurate information on our array of products, services, and best-value options. The Associate exhibits confidence by knowing best practices as related to the industry. The following is a representative list of the duties and responsibilities associated with this position:

    The ideal Center Associate candidate will have retail sales experience, have strong computer and internet skills, able to lift 40 pounds, a friendly and genuinely helpful demeanor, a professional appearance, and will be a fast learner who makes an effort to learn all aspects of the business in the shortest possible time.

    Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

    Pay: $11 – $15 per hour