Remote Move-Outs: A How-To Guide From Uncle Marty’s

So, your Ithaca apartment’s lease is ending and you must move out … but you’re stuck in another part of the world under stay-at-home orders and afraid your property manager might throw out all of your stuff. What do you do? Many students are in the same boat right now. When the pandemic struck and […]

Yes, We Are Still Open!

Dear Guests, As an essential business, we remain open so we may continue to process incoming and outgoing mail and packages, storage, and other business services that are essential keep others’ lives and businesses functioning. Please bear in mind that the allowance for essential businesses to remain open is so that they may perform essential functions, […]

We’re Open … and Sanitized

Dear Friends, Neighbors, Clients, and Advocates, Thank you for your kind words of encouragement, expressions of support, and thoughts toward us as we’ve worked to determine best courses of action and practices during this pandemic. We are classified as an essential business, per New York State guidelines regarding the executive order issued by Governor Cuomo. […]

Subsidizing Shipments of Medical Supplies to China

Uncle Marty’s Shipping Office in Collegetown is subsidizing DHL and FedEx shipments of medical supplies to China in response to the outbreak of the Wuhan coronavirus. Currently, Uncle Marty’s does not act as a donation drop-off station. Rather, this subsidy is specifically to help individuals who are answering the call of friends and family to […]

Holiday Shipping Guidelines

Greetings, neighbors! The busy holiday shipping season is here! To help with your planning, here are some dates we recommend shipping by for your gifts to have a good chance of arriving at their destinations by Christmas: FedEx®Monday, December 16 – FedEx Home Delivery® and FedEx Ground®Thursday, December 19 – FedEx Express Saver®Friday, December 20 […]

BEAR Walk 2019

Please join us at the BEAR Walk Community Fair, Thursday September 5th, from 6-7:30pm at the Schwartz Center Plaza on the 400 block of College Avenue. ( ) This resource fair will have tables set up for many local non-profits, including many health and safety organizations, to promote responsible, engaged living in the Collegetown […]