Jan. 26, 2023

Postal Customer Council event helps mailers grow their business

Kickoff Breakfast at Kansas City Post Office

Brian Dahl and Darrin Gadson
Brian Dahl (l), of Western States Envelope and Label, meets with Darrin Gadson, Manager Customer Relations with the USPS, to discuss opportunities for growth.

KANSAS CITY, MO — The Greater Kansas City Postal Customer Council (GKCPCC) hosted a Kickoff Breakfast on Thursday, January 26, at the Kansas City Post Office located at 300 West Pershing Road. Participants enjoyed breakfast and learned valuable information about how the Postal Service can help them grow their business.

Brian Dahl of Western States Envelope and Label has been a member of the PCC for nearly 10 years and said, “I think it’s important to have a good working knowledge of how the Postal Service works for us, and therefore I can better educate my customers on how we can meet their needs.”

Darrin Gadson, Manager of Customer Relations with the Postal Service said, “I really enjoy the opportunity to meet with our Business Partners and discuss ways to improve our relationship with them. We have so many resources to help their business grow and it’s settings like today that benefit us all.”

Postal Customer Councils are local organizations that help foster a close working relationship between USPS and commercial mailers with the goal of sharing information about postal products, programs, and services through an educational and collaborative environment.



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