The Postal Service made a lasting impression on attendees at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
At the USPS booth, Sales employees spoke to thousands of potential customers and showcased the latest uses of technology in the mail. The booth — which Time named one of CES’s most eye-catching — was loaded with interactive games, giant screens and a bird’s-eye view of the CES floor.
“The design and coordination of the booth was so timely and appropriate for a show where hundreds of companies have shipping needs,” said Charlotte, NC, Shipping and Mailing Solutions Manager Robbie Roberts-Knotts. “We hit a home run this year.”
CES is an annual show that attracts more than 150,000 attendees from around the world to view products and advancements in the technology sector. The 2015 show was held Jan. 6-9.
Many of this year’s displays focus on “smart” products that connect to the Internet and makes things easier for consumers, such as wristwatches with camera and GPS features.