March 15, 2023

South Suburban Postal Customer Council Hosting Free Virtual Educational Meeting on All Things Packages

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The South Suburban Postal Customer Council (PCC) serving the Illinois 2 District of the United States Postal Service, is hosting a free virtual monthly meeting on Wednesday, March 15 at 8:30 a.m. as part of their Business for Breakfast Series of meetings. 

These content-rich but time-compact sessions are targeted at customers who are either new to the industry, looking for a refresher, or are expanding their involvement into areas previously unexplored.  Each session will start with a brief welcome, followed by an hour of focused learning on a specific subject.  The subject for this virtual meeting is All Things Packages.  Boost Your Results By Combining Physical Mail with Digital Advertising.  Learn about Commercial Standards, Defining Characteristics, IMpB Standards, Forwarding and Returns, Pricing Standards.

The history of the Postal Service’s Postal Consumer Councils (PCC) dates back over six decades.  Over the decades the bond between business customers and the Postal Service continued to evolve throughout the country, and today, these councils, now known as Postal Customer Councils, provide a unique opportunity for any business to meet with top level managers of the Postal Service to obtain information, share ideas, address issues, grow their business and network with other business colleagues.

The South Suburban Postal Customer Council (SSPCC) works hard to provide direct mail professionals and their companies with the postal knowledge, expert advice, networking opportunities and best practices that will help their businesses succeed.

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