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Anchorage entrepreneur Gayle Quinn runs all kinds of errands for her clients. Her dog Daisy tags along on runs to grocery stores, repair shops and farmers' markets.
Gayle Quinn, of Errandipity, has been taking care of me for over 9 years. Her services have allowed me to focus on my family, job, and personal interests and let go of every imaginable errand. There is virtually no limit to what she will consider as an “errand”: grocery shopping, dry cleaning, drop off of recycling bins, clothes purchases and returns, organizing (via phone calls and on-site visits) of events, car repairs, pet appointments, scheduling of household workers (repairmen, gardeners, housecleaners, etc), gift purchases, etc (the list is endless). Gayle remembers the usual purchases, especially groceries, and prompts me for what I may have forgotten. She is creative in finding gifts. She is resourceful is solving problems (e.g., repairs, carpet cleaning, hard-to-find household items). Most importantly, Gayle’s style is very thoughtful, caring, and humble. Her services have been a lifesaver to me and I recommend them highly!
An Internet search for "anchorage concierge" led me to Gayle at Errandipity. I do not live in Anchorage and was looking for a way to deliver fresh tasty food to a hospitalized family member there. I left a voicemail for Gayle, she called back soon after and we had a quick conversation about what I was looking for. That same day she called me from a pot pie/pie shop and made the purchase and the delivery! The service charge is totally worth being able to send love and support to my family from afar. Gayle made a second delivery for me for Thanksgiving and I plan to continue to use her services.
Renee in Seattle
Gayle Quinn started Errandipity in 2006 to provide a professional errand service to the busy people of Anchorage. Her moto is “More time for you” and thoroughly enjoys her work. Some of Errandipity’s clients include Doctors and busy professionals; Travelers both in State and Out; and those that just need to delegate the little things in life!
Both Gayle and her husband Lewis are active Lions members and spend countless hours volunteering their time.