FedEx Kinko's Adding 5 Locations to D.C. Area

FedEx Kinko's plans to open five new office and printing centers in the Washington region by December, part of an escalated growth strategy to build 300 new locations across the country and 20 internationally.

The five centers will be located in the District, Silver Spring and Sterling. Two will be built in Rockville. The centers will be smaller than the typical FedEx Kinko's, with an average footprint of 1,800 square feet.

In addition, the company will also expand and remodel 110 existing centers to focus on small businesses and traveling professionals.
-- Ylan Mui

By Mike Shepard  |  August 7, 2007; 5:31 PM ET  | Category:  Retail
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