Billions Served: Foot Traffic at the Post Office

Customers visited post offices an estimated 2.7 billion times in fiscal year (FY) 2016, though most visits did not include a transaction. Instead, customers checked their PO boxes, picked up free shipping materials, or put letters in the collection slot. Post office foot traffic varies widely. The 450 largest locations have on average about as…

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APWU: Activists Appointed to Young Members Committee

Web News Article #: 229-2016 10/18/2016 – President Mark Dimondstein appointed the union’s first National Young Members Committee on Oct. 13, naming one member and one alternate between the ages of 18 and 35 from each of the APWU’s five regions. The appointments fulfill a mandate of the union’s 23rd National Convention, which was enthusiastically…

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USPS: Direct Mail plays critical role in reaching millennial voters

Press Release – May 02, 2016 WASHINGTON D.C. — Contrary to common assumptions about digitally connected millennials, a new joint survey demonstrates that young voters pay close attention to political mail and in fact favor it over other forms of political advertising. The survey, conducted by the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) and the American Association…

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