Hey All PCC & Postal Team Members;

Here is the event you’ve been waiting for … our Reds’ Ball Game & Networking “Let’s Get Reacquainted” Day!! Come on out; meet your local USPS Team face-to-face. If you have needs, training, questions, concerns…I will make sure you get some answers by phone or email. We will do our best to make it happen. Let’s enjoy the game; get reacquainted. Batters up…PCC/USPS/Industry working together in the house.

When: Wednesday, June 26, 2024   Reds Vs. Pirates

Time:  Game starts at 1:10pm

Seats are limited, reserved and in the shade in the Field Box;  Section 111 for a short amount of time.

Cost: Tickets will be $40.00 each.

Unfortunately, transportation cannot be provided. If you want to meet at USPS at 1623 Dalton; there is a city bus that picks up right in front of the building. We can arrange for you to park your car in the lot with prior notification. Or you can arrange ride share, Lyft/Uber to pick up there. Tickets will be handled electronically and sent to the email address that you provide unless other arrangements are made.

Click Here to Register

What is a Postal Customer Council (PCC)?

- A Postal Service Sponsored Organization

- Consists of Business Mailers and Key Postal Service Personnel

- Governed by an Executive Board

- Are Located within Postal Service Districts

Benefits of PCC Membership

There are benefits to connecting with a PCC. This nationwide network is a great way to get training, stay on top of mail innovations, and work hand-in-hand with a local Post Office to develop more effective, efficient, and profitable mailings.

The Cincinnati PCC offers these benefits...

Knowledge  Gain knowledge about postal products, services, and tools to improve mail quality, as well as help grow your business

Innovative Ideas  Learn about  promotions and incentives that raise awareness of innovative mail uses

Expert Advice  Hear about how to integrate and expand your marketing through the mail

New Sources  Find new sources for acquiring mailing lists

Networking  Network with other mailers, business mail service providers, and USPS executives and hear first-hand from others about how they use mail to be more efficient and profitable, as well as face the same challenges you face

Best Practices  Leverage best practices to improve mailing effectiveness, efficiency, and profitability