2016 PCC Day – September 22, 2016

2016 PCC Day – September 22, 2016

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Central MO Postal Customer Council

Please join us for National Postal Customer Council Day

Thursday, September 22, 2016

*Our keynote speaker will be Jeffrey Williamson, Chief Human Resources Officer and Executive Vice President, USPS Headquarters.

Date: Thursday, September 22, 2016

Time: 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Where: Ashland MO Optimist Club 

511 Optimist Drive

Ashland MO  65010

Lunch will be served.  Cost is $15.00 per person.  Pay at the door or watch for our emailed Eventbrite invitation.  RSVP by 9/15/16

Questions?   Email Glendia.s.ayers@usps.gov or MMS@socket.net  

Special Guest Speaker:

Jeffrey Williamson

 Chief Human Resources Officer and

Executive Vice President       

United States Postal Service

Please join us for the 2016 National Postal Customer Council Day, Thursday, September 22, 2016.  Jeffrey Williamson, Chief Human Resources Officer and Executive Vice President, USPS Headquarters will be our key note speaker.

 Join us as we hear from Mr. Williamson and learn more about the “Value of Central MO PCC”.

****The PCC program is a valuable resource for business mailers, large and small.  Local PCCs serve as an open channel for USPS-to-business communication, providing information and best practices for achieving cost-effective and profitable mailing, education and training, as well as solving local challenges.  Through regular meetings, educational programs, mailer clinics, and seminars, PCC members learn about the latest postal products and services that may help them grow their business.

Central MO PCC offers the following benefits:

      Knowledge – Gain knowledge about postal products, services, and tools to improve mail quality

      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 staff 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