Archive for November, 2009

Nov 23 2009

Thanksgiving Thank You

Wishing all our clients and vendors an extra-big helping of joy this Thanksgiving… and lots of leftover happiness!

We thank all of you for your loyalty and our staff for their excellent service and dedication.

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Nov 10 2009

Postal Updates- Postage Increase

Published by under Postal Updates

So we thought we would share some GOOD NEWS as you plan your 2010 budgets. As many of you know we typically receive a Postal Increase once a year in May.  The Post Master General, John E. Potter recently released an update on Postage Increases for 2010.

“The Postal Service will not increase prices for market dominant products in calendar year 2010.

Simply stated, there will not be a price increase for market dominant products including First-Class Mail, Standard Mail, periodicals, and single-piece Parcel Post.  There will be no exigent price increase for these products.”

After close evaluation it was felt that promoting the value of mail and encouraging its continued use is essential for jobs, the economy, and the future of both the Postal Service and the mailing industry.

Mr. Potter also stated that, “While increasing prices might have generated revenue for the Postal Service in the short term, the long term effect could drive additional mail out of the system.  We want mailers to continue to invest in mail to grow their business, communicate with valued customers, and maintain a strong presence in the marketplace.”

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