USPS honored several business customers at this week’s National Postal Forum.
CVS Health and Credit One Bank received the Partnership for Growth Award, which is given annually to companies that have made significant contributions to the mailing and shipping industry.
CVS Health, based in Woonsocket, RI, relies on the Postal Service to deliver more than 50 million prescription orders annually, while Las Vegas-based Credit One Bank uses Informed Delivery to market its financial services and Informed Visibility data to measure the effectiveness of its campaigns.
The Postal Service also presented several mailing industry awards, which are given to recipients in each of the organization’s four geographic areas.
These awards are presented in three categories: Mailing and Digital Innovation Awards, which recognize customers who demonstrate creativity by finding new methods to use mail; Shipping and eCommerce Innovation Awards, which honor customers who implement new technologies to maximize efficiencies; and Innovation and Growth Awards, which recognize companies that take steps to position themselves for significant growth with the Postal Service as a partner.
The Mailing and Digital Innovation Award recipients are:
• UNTUCKit, New York City (Atlantic)
• KeyBank, Cleveland (Central)
• DirectMail.io, Mandeville, LA (Southern)
• Best Friends Animal Society, Salt Lake City (WestPac)
The Shipping and eCommerce Innovation Award recipients are:
• BariatricPal, Inwood, NY (Atlantic)
• LovelySkin, Omaha, NE (Central)
• Metzer Farms, Memphis, TN (Southern)
• eBay, San Jose, CA (WestPac)
The Innovation and Growth Award recipients are:
• EVEREVE, Edina, MN (Central)
• Virtuoso, Fort Worth, TX (Southern)
• Poshmark, Redwood City, CA (WestPac)
The Partnership for Growth Award news release has more information about CVS Health and Credit One Bank, while the online USPS Newsroom’s local news section has releases with more information about the mailing industry award honorees.
NPF, the mailing and shipping industry’s largest annual conference, was held May 15-18 in Phoenix.