Check Yourself

Like a Hotel for Your Briefcase

None Having a briefcase is a big responsibility.

Especially when it contains classified documents, incriminating Polaroids and the world’s only copy of Fitzgerald’s unpublished sequel to The Great Gatsby. Also a pack of orange Tic Tacs.

So we’ve enlisted the aid of a former counterterrorism agent...

Introducing Cubby, an extremely overqualified private courier service that’ll pick up, watch and deliver your personal possessions, available now.

The easiest way to explain this: laptop day care. Or a bag check without a building/store/hotel/front door attached. All from a guy who’s military trained and a pro with suspicious packages.

You’ll use this the next time you’re away from home and stuck lugging a little something extra. Gym clothes. Golf clubs. Semolina baguettes from Eataly. You can either arrange for a courier to meet you around town, or for something truly valuable (again, the baguettes), bring it to them yourself.

Stop by their Park Avenue storeroom—think walk-in closet meets Fort Knox. (More locker locations are on the way.) Drop off your cargo. And at the end of the night, you’ll have two options: 1. come back before midnight for a pickup, or 2. have it biked/driven to a specific location.

Driver will wear a scorpion jacket upon request.


303 Park Ave S
(at 23rd St)
New York, NY, 10010

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