Since Unclaimed Baggage opened its doors in 1970 we have noticed a number of similarities between the thousands of people who come through our doors every week and one of the most recognized fish in the world – the shark. Now, we aren’t claiming to be a bunch of elasmobranchologists but here are six things about UBC adventure seekers that have a striking resemblance to the kings of the ocean. Let's count 'em down!>>
Through the centuries treasure hunters have traveled from the four corners of the earth to the depths of the ocean in search of riches. Kings and queens in search of gold, silver and precious jewelry have funded expeditions. Beaches have attracted many a hunter with their shovels digging for their fortune.
Today another kind of treasure hunter exists. "What kind of treasure?" you ask...find out! >>
People who come to Unclaimed Baggage are always amazed at the treasures they find. Throughout the years we’ve received some pretty unusual items from around the world like an 8 ½ foot snakeskin from a boa constrictor found in Central America or tribal breastplates from Africa. And of course there are the amazing deals to be discovered on the 7000 new items that hit the sales floor each day. What kind of amazing things have others discovered at UBC? Find out!
For decades baggage battles have occurred between UBC Ninja’s and their formidable foes of unclaimed baggage. But to understand the significance of this phenomenon you must understand what a UBC Ninja is – let me explain…