Announcing he launch of complete office equipmenr rentals nationwide service

JR Copier of Mn, LLC is celebrating the launch of their new office equipment rentals service in the entire US market area by announcing the new website. Further information can be found at

New Brighton, United States - August 12, 2017 /PressCable/ —

In a slightly different approach to launching its new office equipment rentals service, JR Copier of Mn, LLC, an office equipment rental company in USA market has decided it will be announcing the office equipment rentals service nationwide by just issuing a press realese, and this is expected to take place Monday 14th August 2017.

Where most businesses tend to just celebrate with great parties, JR Copier of Mn, LLC has decided to be a little more conservative by just offering their services to lawyers, litigators and event planners across the country with the start of its new website to help its customers with equipment requests.

Mr. Pikala, Senior VP at JR Copier of Mn, LLC, says: “Wanted to be Just the best copier rental service for lawyers, litigators and event planners, the ones that need copier rentals across the country with the launch of our new office equipment rentals service. Most office equipment companies do not offer the nationwide service with one point of contact in the USA.

It should be really worthwhile and we’re hoping it Increase awareness of this service. It should go great unless we anger the Gods in some way!”

JR Copier of Mn, LLC has always made a point of standing out when compared to other Office equipment rentals in the USA market area. This launch celebration is just one of the many ways it does so.

This is a great chance for USA market companies to reach out to JR Copier and use the support of the hard working, dedicated service personal that are willing to help and support 24/7 during the equipment rental period.

JR Copier of Mn, LLC has been serving the USA market area since 1989. To date it has served over 1400 customers and has become recognized as a leader in the office equipment rentals arena. It is headquartered on 99 5th Avenue NW, Suite 100 New Brighton, Minnesota 55112

Mr. Pikala also said: “While JR Copier of Mn, LLC may not be the only business with this kind of offering, most companies are choosing JR Copier of Mn, LLC because fast response time and 24/7 technical support.”

When asked about the new office equipment rentals service, Mr. Pikala said: “it’s going to be a hit because most companies offer just local copier and printer rentals only, JR copier offers nationwide rentals, service and support, with one point of contact during the whole rental period, just in case a issue may arise”.

Further information about JR Copier of Mn, LLC and the new office equipment rentals service can be discovered at

Contact Info:
Name: Rafael
Organization: JR Copier of Minnesota, LLC
Address: 99 5th Avenue Northwest Suite 100, New Brighton, Minnesota 55112, United States
Phone: +1-763-509-0054

For more information, please visit

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 228419

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