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How to gain exposure and make additional revenue for your local business

If you are a local business with a storefront—for example, you are a florist or coffee shop owner—learn how you can create awareness, increase traffic, and make additional revenue through Amazon programs and more.

Find additional revenue with Amazon Hub Delivery

If you are a local business that would like to create an additional revenue stream, you can explore becoming an Amazon Hub partner.


Amazon Hub Delivery partners with local businesses to deliver Amazon packages in their communities. Partners receive packages every day and have the flexibility to make each day’s deliveries when it works best for them and their operating schedule. They deliver up to 50 packages a day on average, and most partners typically make those deliveries in a few hours.


You can complete an application now on the Amazon Hub Delivery site.


Amazon Hub Delivery program benefits

  • Weekly direct deposits
  • No long term-contracts
  • No delivery experience required
  • Amazon technology and support guides partners through deliveries

Amazon Hub Delivery partner requirements

  • Partners and staff making deliveries must be at least 18 years of age and will need to pass a background check. Drivers will use their own cars or vehicles to make deliveries.
  • As a partner, Amazon Hub Delivery requires that you have a certificate of insurance, business entity documents (e.g. state business registration number or tax ID), and a space to securely store packages before making deliveries.
  •  Partners commit to make deliveries 7 days a week, with the exception of major holidays.


Amazon Hub Delivery partner locations

Amazon Hub Delivery is currently available in cities across several US states including Alabama, Arkansas, California, Florida, Illinois, Iowa, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota and Washington. Visit the Amazon Hub Delivery site for the complete and updated list of locations.


Create brand awareness by hosting an Amazon pickup & returns location

If you are looking for ways to create more exposure for your business and to drive additional foot traffic at no cost to you, consider hosting an Amazon pickup & returns location, part of the Amazon Hub Network. Through this program, Amazon customers will come into your business to  pick up their packages at either your existing store counter or fully automated, self-service locker that Amazon installs and maintains. When Amazon customers select a pickup location in your zip code, your business will appear as an option.


Get the details about the Amazon pickup & returns program or fill out a form to see if you qualify to host an Amazon Locker or Counter.

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Amazon Business for small local businesses

As a small business owner, you can get business-only pricing on select products and explore business-only account features such as Amazon Business Analytics and integration with business software such as QuickBooks with a free Amazon Business account. In addition, if you have a consumer Amazon Prime account, you qualify for a free Business Prime Duo account. Explore the benefits of Amazon Business now. 

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