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Navis Pack & Ship for Tiger Stadium Memorabilia Auction – 11/9/2007

Detroit - From the 15-foot-tall 1945 World Series banner to 11-foot long dugout benches, nothing auctioned from historic Tiger Stadium proved to be too big, awkward or valuable for Navis Pack & Ship.

Selected as the preferred shipping company for the October 16th auction of Tiger Stadium memorabilia, Navis Pack & Ship of Novi, Michigan, packed, shipped or delivered more than half of the 700+ lots sold. In addition to dozens of one-of-a-kind jerseys, signs and other stadium mementos, Navis handled the locker of legendary Tigers outfielder Al Kaline and the clubhouse urinal.

Navis Franchise Operator Steve Flam landed the job from salvage auction specialist Schneider Industries of St. Louis. Schneider Industries had worked previously with the St. Louis Navis Pack & Ship franchise on the 2006 Busch Stadium memorabilia auction. A Navis franchise also packed and shipped hundreds of seats removed from Denvers Mile High Stadium in 2001.
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Navis Pack & Ship Liquid Capital Required:
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$115,000 - $225,000
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Navis Logistics Network has been franchising since 1984 with a retail entity, Handle With Care Packaging Store, which was founded in 1980. We specialize in packaging and shipping Fragile, Large, Awkward and Valuable items - what we call FLAV. We established Navis Pack and Ship Centers in 2001 and began to seriously franchise this concept in 2002. Navis has the same FLAV emphasis as The Packaging Store, but focuses instead on the business-to-business market. This is an uncrowded, $34 billion market expected to grow to more that $50 billion in the next four to five years. Our business model focuses on (but is not limited to) 100-200 pound items with total logistics solutions: door-to-door delivery, packaging, and full insurance coverage. It includes small residential and commercial moves. Potential customers need cost -efficient ways to ship manufactured technical, scientific, and medical equipment; computers; antiques, and fine art. More info