Since 2010, Goin Postal Jax Jacksonville Chaffee has been Jacksonville's one-stop shop for all shipping and printing needs. With attentive employees properly trained for speedy and efficient service, Goin' Postal Jax frees customers of the stress of print centers and the post office with its array of utilities. Shippers can ship through USPS, UPS, FedEx, or DHL with options including overnight and next-day service. Private mailbox rentals prevent dizzy mailmen from delivering to the wrong street address, and money can be sent to and fro through dependable transfers from Western Union. Goin Postal Jax even takes passport photos for those traveling abroad.
Louise Kittrel started Circle K Furniture in 1982, selling pine furniture out of her husband’s feed store. Over the years, the family has upgraded spaces but retained country charm inside its furniture-filled oasis for design-thirsty floor-plan fanatics. Inside its 60,000-square-foot showroom, customers can find a variety of room-changing furniture, including brands such as Paula Deen, Better Homes and Gardens, and Marshfield. Sofas (starting at $499) and their mattress-containing sleeper-sofa brethren (from $599) cradle surfing houseguests, and a complete set—including a queen-sized bed, chest, and nightstand (from $1,271, does not include mattress)—can accommodate long-term guests. An attentive staff is also on hand to help self-decorators create their ideal country kitchen, modern living room, or lava-free lounge.
Shopkeepers at Gallery of Antiques and Collectibles arrange sparkling necklaces, bracelets, and earrings under the glow of hundreds of Lampe Berger and Tiffany lamps. All the shop’s Meyda Tiffany lamps are new and original, featuring their signature mosaic shades. Fragranced Lampe Berger lamps—invented in 1898 to remove odors and kill bacteria—still give off sweet scents when filled with oils sold at the shop. The shop’s handmade Fenton art-glass beads add color and charm to necklace chains or ostentatious jump ropes. Throughout the shop, antique tables and chests hold paintings, delicate vases, scarves, shoes, and other accessories.
Paintballers of all skill levels streak across Splatman Paintball Park’s battlefields, ducking behind barrel stacks, abandoned industrial piping, or large inflatable obstacles. Armed with air-powered markers, teams can take to the fields for strategic and fast-paced games during open play, or storm the grounds for birthday parties and special events. Paintball is played by millions worldwide and combines elements of tag, hide-and-seek, and capture the flag.