A New York company that provides high-tech communications services is crediting the Postal Service with its growth.
Cathedral Corp. has relied on USPS since the 1920s, when the company began supplying mailed offering envelopes to churches.
The company now offers a range of services for religious organizations and businesses, including personalized direct mailings that are produced using state-of-the-art digital printing systems.
“The strong relationship we have with the U.S. Postal Service is fundamental to our success and to our customers’ successes,” said Marianne Gaige, Cathedral’s chairman and chief executive officer.
“The way people and businesses communicate is changing, but mail continues to be a critical service for our clients, even as we develop new ways to support them with digital services.”
The relationship between USPS and Cathedral is examined in a new video on the National Postal Museum’s site.
The 5-minute segment is part of “America’s Mailing Industry,” an online exhibit showcasing how the Postal Service and businesses work together.
In the video, Steve Miller, a Cathedral executive, says the company’s long history with USPS benefits its customers.
“We have the tools, we [have] the expertise,” he says.