Thursday, January 2, 2020

Paper-Net Is Now POS Supply Solutions!

POS Supply Solutions has acquired Paper-Net, and we will be operating as one business as of January 2, 2020.

Together, we have combined experience of over 45 years in the Point-of-Sale industry. We are excited to join forces and provide additional benefits to better serve your needs!

What's Changing?

The Paper-Net name and branding is transitioning over to POS Supply Solutions. However, the great experiences you've had with Paper-Net aren't going away - our combined team is committed to making it even better!

You can look forward to the same great products, expertise, and customer service that you’ve come to expect from Paper-Net, with the addition of:

- More diversified product & service offerings
- Faster shipping with more points of distribution
- Expanded service & hours

One of our goals is to make your life easier. That's why we're thrilled to bring together the best of Paper-Net and POS Supply and offer you more products, better service and availability, and even faster shipping - so you can get the solutions you need, worry-free!

What to Expect Next?

Phone Orders - You may continue to call the Paper-Net number (800-210-2203) or the POS Supply number (888-431-5800) to place orders over the phone. All team members will have access to your order history and will be able to help you right away!

Website - We encourage you to start using the POS Supply Solutions website ( to place online orders, as the Paper-Net website will continue to operate only for a limited time. If you have questions or need any assistance, please call us.

Taxes - Please keep in mind that beginning January 2, 2020, sales tax will be collected for the following states: CA, GA, IN, MA, MD, MI, NC, NJ, NV, NY, OK, PA, WA and WI.

More Questions?

We understand that a change like this can be confusing or frustrating. We will do our best to be transparent and available for any questions during this transition. Please feel free to call us if you have further questions or concerns.

We are looking forward to the many benefits that we can all reap from taking this step together. Welcome to the POS Supply family!

Thursday, November 7, 2019

California Laws in 2019

- Want A Straw In Your Drink At A California Diner? You'll Have To Ask For One
Beginning in 2019 California will be the first state to prohibit sit-down restaurants from serving drinks with plastic straws, unless upon request. It's not an outright ban, nor does it stop fast-food restaurants, delis or coffee-shops from serving drinks with plastic straws. Dine-in restaurants will still be able to use plastic straws, but diners will have to ask for them specifically.

- California Restaurants Must Make Milk Or Water The Default Kids Meal Drink
Restaurants in California that offer kids meal combos will be required to promote water or unflavored milk as the default drink option starting Jan. 1, under a new law that aims to discourage the consumption of soda, juice and other sugary beverages among young people.

- If Counties Get On Board, Selling Food From Your Own Kitchen Could Become Legal In California
California Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia, who authored the bill, says that homemade food sales are a vital part of self-reliant communities. “Legitimizing these home businesses will offer a means of economic empowerment and pathways for many to achieve the ‘American dream,’”

- New California Law Cracks Down On Animal Sales In Pet Stores
Pet stores will no longer be allowed to buy from breeders, or from “puppy mills,” which raise animals in poor conditions for profit. Instead, they’ll have to source their animals from shelters and rescues.

- More Californians convicted of DUI offenses will be required to pass a breathalyzer test to start their vehicles under a new law going into effect
It requires drivers convicted of first-time DUI offenses that lead to an injury to pass a breathalyzer connected to their vehicle, called an ignition interlock device or IID, each time they start their car for six months. The devices also require random tests while in motion, to prevent the driver from drinking after they’ve passed the first test.