October 13, 2016Time: 3:30 to 7:30pmLocation: Valley Garden Center Cost: $55 per person
Secure Destruction Luncheon
November 11, 2016Time: 11:30amLocation: Sheraton 4 Points Hotel (I-10 & Elliot) Cost: $25.00 per person
PHOENIX POSTAL CUSTOMER COUNCILThe Phoenix Postal Customer Council (PCC) has been assisting the local mailing community for many years. Made up of an Executive and Advisory Board, with members from the private business community and the local US Postal Service, we exist to promote and educate our members on postal and mail industry communications. Our Mission is as follows:•Establish positive, productive communications between US Postal Service and local Businesses.•Educate and inform the business mailer on the acceptable mail preparation policies and guidelines.•Work in partnership with the business mailer to run cost effective mailing operations.•Provide information to make the best use of postal services and products.To fulfill this commitment to you, we hold a series of educational sessions, business luncheons, facility tours and exhibits through out the year. Annual membership is free with nominal charges to attend sessions.
Join the Phoenix PCCIt’s Free!Fill out the form below to become a PCC MemberThe Postal Customer Council (PCC) is a network of business mailers and representatives of the U.S. Postal Service who meet regularly to communicate on topics such as mailing practices, resolve mailing issues and the latest mailing news updates. The PCC works to continually improve communication between the Postal Service and its customers.Started in 1961 as a way to improve communication between the U.S Postal Service customers and managers, the PCC program has grown increasingly with more than 200 local PCC’s across the nation. Regular meetings, educational programs, mailer expo’s and seminars keep members apprised of the latest Postal Service Developments. Members work closely with local Post Office locations to make mail service more efficient, improve delivery and generate greater customer satisfaction.