This post is sponsored by Chamberlain Group Inc. All thoughts and opinions are my own!
Do y’all remember the day before Thanksgiving when I asked you on Twitter if you all participated in Black Friday shopping? Seems like the answer overall was no, which is fine, MORE DEALS FOR ME! I experience Black Friday and Cyber Monday in three different ways. First, we always try to do a little sale on the Two Chicks online shop. Second, we buy a bunch of items as a company to keep our budgets for our houses on track. Third, obviously I shop for myself and family for the holidays. Luckily our team fulfills Two Chicks orders at the office, so I don’t have to worry about those packages. But everything else can amount to a whole bunch of stuff coming to my house. Thanks to my new LiftMaster Garage Opener with myQ smart technology, this year I can get all my Amazon Prime packages delivered straight to my garage – no more worrying about missing or weather damaged packages. All I had to do was
link the myQ App to the Amazon Key App and I can now select in-garage delivery at check-out!
Besides shopping, the Holidays bring a lot of traveling to be with friends and family. With a family as large as mine, that means a ton of travel. I can be hosting at my place one day, traveling to the far north side the next, and 3 days later find myself on the west side. Plus, I never know when I may have to make a work trip out of state. With all this travel, package safety is of utmost importance. When I am out and about, I know that the myQ App and Key by Amazon in-garage delivery will make sure I come home to all my orders safe and sound.
For example, we had a season five house all set for reveal when we found out we were short a couple knobs for the kitchen cabinets. I was on my way out of town, but I was able to have them ordered and delivered securely to my garage while I was on the road thanks to Key by Amazon in-garage delivery.
Then I was able to let Cory in the garage with the myQ App so he could retrieve them and get them installed so the house was 100% complete when I showed up to meet the potential home buyers. Which is very important, you never want to present an incomplete product, no matter how close to 100% complete it may be.