Iro Design 450 Harrison Ave, Boston, MA02118 In business since the mid-'80s, Iro Design products feature "bold patterns and colorful images" made by hand.…More Its unique clothing and home accessories are sold at fine boutiques throughout the country. This is owner Peggy Russell's studio. It specializes in eco-friendly maternity and wedding clothes.
The UPS Store 398 Columbus Ave, Boston, MA02116 This UPS store promises delivery satisfaction with package tracking, delivery confirmation and signature confirmation. A…More variety of box shapes and sizes grace the walls and the staff will help you figure out the best method to ship your package. Flat rate boxes are sold based on the policy, "If it fits, it ships."
Budget Truck Rental 33 Traveler St, Boston, MA02118 Budget Truck Rental has been providing Boston with trucks for personal and commercial transportation and deliveries. It…More has even assisted in delivering "Florida's contested presidential election ballots from Palm Beach to Tallahassee." The famed truck was then sold online and the proceeds were donated to the American Red Cross. Budget Truck is proud to assist the American Red Cross and the American people in any way possible.
Graybar 345 Harrison Ave, Boston, MA02118 Graybar is a Fortune 500 company devoted to supply chain management. It distrubutes electrical, data and communications…More components to a multitude of industries throughout the country. Products carried and sold range in the hundreds of thousands and customer service is available seven days week, 24 hours a day to answer whatever questions may arise. Leasing and rental of electronic devices is available upon request. Call for further information or visit Graybar's website.
Located at the high traffic corner of Dartmouth Street and Warren Ave., Wild Indigo is a boutique filled with…More designer clothing and handmade goods from over 40 artists. Owner Christina Murphy hand-selects all the products and garments sold in the store and offers person shopping and styling advice as well.
Unique products include hand-poured soy candles (that melt into lotion!), organic teas and oils personally blended by the owner, blown glass, one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces, winter accessories made with sustainable fabrics, animal collars and food bowls. The artists represented at Wild Indigo rotate, so check in often.