PCC Event this Tuesday in Boston
Postal Customer Council has a Big Day in Boston
Postmaster General DeJoy will be Keynote Speaker
What: The Boston, Rhode island, Western Mass and Connecticut PCCs will be holding a joint event
Who: Postmaster General Louis DeJoy, local postal officials and business leaders.
When: Tuesday, September 20, 2023, at 9 a.m.
Where: General Mail Facility 25 Dorchester Ave. Boston MA 02205
Thirteen year old Adrianna Kunevich will be singing the National Anthem at 9 am and her rendition of Sweet Caroline at 1:15 pm
Postmaster General Louis DeJoy will address attendees at 1:30 pm.
Background: “PCCs are local organizations that help foster a close working relationship between the Postal Service and commercial mailers, with the goal of sharing information about new and existing USPS business products, programs, and services,” said the Postal Service’s Boston Customer Relations Coordinator George Kippenhan.
“Mail service providers, advertising agencies, marketing firms, educational institutions, and local and state government agencies are some of the organizations that can derive benefits from PCC involvement,” added Kippenhan.
The event is $25. To register for the event visit: https://bostonpcc.org/event-5361690
Vendors can contact email@example.com.
Visit www.bostonpcc.org for more information.
To learn more about the PCC and attend future events, visit the Greater Boston PCC website: https://www.bostonpcc.org/
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