For the first time in three years, USPS leaders will meet in person with commercial mailers during National Postal Customer Council Week.
The annual meetings are held across the nation each year to bring participants together to discuss strategies to grow the mailing and shipping industry, strengthen partnerships, learn about postal innovations and receive training.
More than 90 postal customer councils, or PCCs, will participate in this year’s meetings, to be held Sept. 19-23.
A video message from Postmaster General Louis DeJoy will be shown at the 2022 meetings. Keynote speakers will amplify his message on implementing the Delivering for America 10-year plan.
PCCs 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.
In addition to the state-of-the-industry discussions, National PCC Week celebrates the recipients of this year’s PCC Leadership Awards, which were recently announced.
The Postal Pro website has a list of National PCC Week events under the September heading.