With more than one hundred thousand places to buy stamps, ship a package or renew your passport, the United States Postal Service is expanding customer access to its products and services. Postal Service Vice President Dean Granholm says it’s not just about brick and mortar Post Offices anymore — look for postal products online and at other retail outlets, grocery stores, office supply chains, pharmacies.
THE POSTAL SERVICE IS CHANGING FOR THE BETTER. WE’RE TEAMING UP WITH THOUSANDS OF NEW STORES SO YOU CAN DO YOUR POSTAL BUSINESS AT PLACES WHERE YOU ALREADY SHOP. AMERICANS HAVE MORE TO DO AND LESS TIME TO DO IT. WE KNOW THAT SIMPLER IS BETTER: ONLINE, ON YOUR MOBILE DEVICE, ON YOUR WAY -- WITH AN EXPERTISE THAT YOU CAN COUNT ON.
WE’RE EVERYWHERE SO YOU CAN BE ANYWHERE™
Consumers can find dozens of locations to purchase Postal services within their neighborhoods by visiting an interactive map at w w w u s p s everywhere dot com.
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A self-supporting government enterprise, the U.S. Postal Service is the only delivery service that reaches every address in the nation, 150 million residences, businesses and Post Office Boxes. The Postal Service receives no tax dollars. With 36,000 retail locations and the most frequently visited website in the federal government, the Postal Service relies on the sale of postage, products and services to pay for operating expenses. Named the Most Trusted Government Agency five consecutive years and the sixth Most Trusted Business in the nation by the Ponemon Institute, the Postal Service has annual revenue of more than $68 billion and delivers nearly half the world’s mail. If it were a private sector company, the U.S. Postal Service would rank 26th in the 2008 Fortune 500.