Mail Unlimited is a privately held family company - Owned
and operated by the Broennle family since 1983.
MUI has grown from an individual operation to a corporation
with more than 30 full time employees.
Our 31,000 square foot facility is located in Winter Park, FL,
10 miles east of downtown Orlando.
Over the years Mail Unlimited has experienced exceptional
growth. That growth has come primarily from "word of
mouth" and "repeat" business. Our customers
want to come back to us because WE HAVE:
success comes down to one word: OWNERSHIP - We feel
personally responsible for our
courteous and experienced staff
honored and proven results
customers' success. Ownership is evident by what WE ARE:
by thinking about what the customers need before they
ask or even think about it.
by keeping current with changing industry trends and USPS
regulations. We maintain a high level of knowledge by
utilizing ongoing training programs and maintaining low
Oriented every day with an unwavering attention to
because, in the long run, there is no better way.
Line of Events
1983 - Dick & Peggy Broennle acquires MUI
1983 - First Cheshire labeler and inserter installed.
1986 - MUI completes first major growth period - moving
into new facility over 3 times larger than previous. Full
time staff doubles.
1993 - MUI moves into 12,500 sq. foot facility.
1993 - First Scitex Inkjet machine installed.
1995 - Second Scitex Inkjet installed.
1995 - Rick Broennle joins MUI.
1995 - Begin using Postalsoft mailing software, which
later becomes part of First Logic.
1998 - Windows NT network established, allowing electronic
connection of presorted data files and inkjet platforms.
1999 - Ernie Broennle joins MUI.
2000 - MUI designs, builds, and moves into its current
location - a 20,000 square foot new facility.
2001 - MUI upgrades all Inkjet machines.
2001 - MUI installs inkjet hardware capable of 6"
of print width and multicolor printing.
2001 - MUI installs first flats inserter capable of inserting
up to a 10x14 envelope.
2001 - Ground breaking on building expansion adding an
additional 11,000 sq. feet.