September 20, 2019

‘PCC Day at the Coast’ Coming to Wilmington on Sept. 26

PCC Week Event to Celebrate Latest Innovations in the Mailing Industry

WILMINGTON, NC The Greater Wilmington Area Postal Customer Council (GWAPCC) will host the North Carolina Postal Forum’s “PCC Day at the Coast” on Thursday, Sept. 26, from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. as part of PCC Week events nationwide.

The event takes places at Cape Fear Community College, Union Station, and celebrates the latest innovations in the mailing industry. Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President David E. Williams will be the keynote speaker. There will also be presentations, workshops and vendor exhibits by some of the mailing industry’s most knowledgeable experts.

“This event will give us the opportunity to learn more about cutting-edge technologies and mailing industry best practices,” said Lori Tucker, USPS customer relations coordinator and GWAPCC administrator. “We look forward to a great event with our mailing partners, celebrating how far mailing has come in recent years.”

Five North Carolina PCCs will join together for the first time (Greater Wilmington, Greater Charlotte, Greater Triad, Greater Triangle and the newly formed Western Carolina). Nearly 90 PCC Week events are being held nationwide.

The NC Carolina Postal Forum takes place during National PCC Week. PCCs are groups of mailing industry leaders and postal leaders who meet regularly to network and exchange mutually beneficial ideas. There are more than 150 local PCC chapters throughout the nation. According to industry studies, the U.S. mailing industry employs more than seven million people and represents more than $1.3 trillion in sales revenue.

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The Postal Service receives no tax dollars for operating expenses and relies on the sale of postage, products and services to fund its operations.



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