Uncle Buck's

Fish Bowl & Grill

Online Registration

Greater New Haven /

Fairfield County CT. National PCC Event

Wednesday, September 21, 2016


Uncle Buck's Fish Bowl and Grill

1 Bass Pro Dr. Bridgeport CT

at the new Steelepoint Harbor


USPS HQ Special Guest Speaker(s)

A Video Message from Postmaster General, Megan Brennan

3 Educational workshops -Mailer's Scorecard - Seamless Acceptance

RIBBS goes PostalPro

USPS Mailing & Shipping Experts available to answer your questions.

Vendor Area, Networking Opportunities

Attend the seminars and receive a Professional Certificate

Enjoy a Hot Breakfast Buffet


For further infomation call Lisa Landone @ 203-295-5568 or email lisa.j.landone@usps.gov

Greater New Haven & Fairfield County PCC Day

Greater New Haven / Fairfield County CT. National PCC Event
Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Uncle Buck's Fish Bowl and Grill
1 Bass Pro Dr. Bridgeport CT
at the new Steelepoint Harbor

Greater New Haven & Fairfield County PCC Day

Save the Date:  Greater Hartford PCC event

Thursday, September 22, 2016

Manchester Country Club

Guest Speaker:  Daniel Dejan, SAPPI - The Neuroscience of Touch

Stay tuned for more details on additional workshops/presentations...

For information on how to become a sponsor or vendor, please see attached flyer

Sponsor and Vendor info for GHPCC day.do[...]
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Western MA PCC SAVE THE DATE - Friday, September 23, 2016 at Gillette Stadium

We invite you to attend the premiere North East Region National Postal Customer Council Day

Friday, September 23rd 2016

Putnam Club

Gillette Stadium

Foxboro, Massachusetts

Bigger and better

Larger mailboxes now available

June 28 at 12:22 p.m.


A customer retrieves mail and packages from one of the new mailboxes.


Customers can now purchase bigger mailboxes that accommodate larger packages delivered by USPS.The curbside boxes are available from online retailers. The usps.com mailbox page has ordering information. The bigger boxes are part of the Postal Service’s efforts to grow its package delivery business amid changes to the mail mix.USPS also wants to reduce failed delivery attempts that occur when letter and rural carriers are unable to deliver packages because they won’t fit in customers’ boxes.


“These next generation mailboxes allow our carriers to accommodate more mail and larger packages, which improves the overall customer experience,” said Delivery Operations VP Kevin McAdams. Manufacturers introduced the boxes this month after USPS approved new standards last year. The standards apply only to curbside boxes, not mailboxes made for door delivery service.


The Postal Service approved the standards after testing boxes that are 7 inches high, 13 inches wide and 16 inches deep.

Customers who participated in the tests applauded the bigger boxes. “The postal carrier can put everything in there,” customer Janice Schnepp said last year. “I don’t have to worry about prescription medications or other mail order items being left on the front door.”


David Mastroianni Jr., USPS District Manager CT Valley, Presents Saburu Usami & Art Gerckens of Sacred Heart with Appreciation Award

Mr. Usami has supported the PCCs by allowing Art Gerckens the time and resources to attend meetings and events both locally and in other states.  Mr. Usami has hosted the PCCs annual spring seminar at Sacred Heart University for the past 13 years. He also allows Art to donate/provide printing services for PCC events, and he covered the costs for food at the last two spring events so that the FCCPCC was able to keep the proceeds from those events. Sacred Heart has many times paid for Art's air travel and per diem so that he could attend the National Postal Forum and other PCC events at HQ.

Left to Right: Saburu Usami, Director of Telecom, Mail & Print Services Sacred Heart University, Art Gerckens, Manager Mail & Duplicating Center Sacred Heart University, David Mastroianni Jr., USPS District Manager CT Valley
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   Fairfield County PCC Ceremony Marks Issue of Newman commemorative stamp

David Mastroianni, district manager- Connecticut Valley, USPS; Nell Newman; Karen Harney, Mailing Requirements, USPS; Clea Newman Soderlund, who serves on the board of directors of the Newman’s Foundation; and Kevin Hogan, Westport Postmaster

If you thought Westport’s favorite son, the late actor and philanthropist Paul Newman, was just another celebrity think again. Along with Academy Award nominations and movie box office success, Newman also managed to raise more than $450 million for charity through his legacy foundation.

In recognition of Newman’s cultural and philanthropic contributions, the U.S. Postal Service on Wednesday honored Newman with a commemorative stamp, which was formally unveiled at the new Newman’s Own headquarters.

“Giving to others was his life’s work and for that the U.S. Postal Service has honored him,” said Kevin Hogan, Westport’s postmaster.

More than 150 people crowded into the Morningside Drive headquarters to see the official unveiling and to get a companion, limited-edition pictorial postmark designed by Westport artist Miggs Burroughs. That postmark will be available at the downtown post office for the next 60 days.

“He was a great man who saw the need and wanted to provide,” said David Mastroianni, district manager Connecticut Valley, United States Postal Service.

A proclamation was read from Gov. Dannel Malloy declaring Oct. 14 Paul Newman Day in the state of Connecticut. Likewise, First Selectman Jim Marpe read a similar proclamation designating the same day for local recognition.

“It’s almost impossible to describe in terms of how proud we are,” Marpe said of Newman.

“We as Westporters are so proud and so thrilled by the commitment of the Newman organization,” 


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Join us for one of our upcoming Grow Your Business Days where we will offer an in-depth overview of our Every Door Direct Mail service as well as the benefits and features of Online Shipping at USPS.com.  To RSVP, please contact Frank Polacco, Business Development Specialist, frank.j.polacco@usps.gov or by calling (860) 524-6264.  

We look forward to seeing you there!

Change of address services


services. COA requests made at Post Offices are available at no cost. There’s a

USPS wants customers to know they may be paying too much for change of address (COA) services at non-postal websites.


Some sites charge as much as $40 to register new addresses. Others charge nominal fees upfront before tacking on hefty charges later.


Consumers often find the sites while searching for change of address information online. Some sites falsely claim to be affiliated with the Postal Service.


USPS has no relationships with non-postal sites that offer change of address $1.05 identity verification fee to process COA requests submitted online.


Customers who used a non-postal site to submit a change of address request and request a refund should be referred to the business that operates the site


Since the launch of the Postal Service mobile application (app), more than 4.6 million people have downloaded the app in its iPhone, Android and BlackBerry configurations. No matter the device, customers can use the app to track packages, find Post Office locations, calculate shipping prices, look up ZIP Codes, schedule pickups, order supplies or request hold mail services.

The iPhone application, released in December 2009, has been downloaded by 3.6 million customers and is ranked the 11th most popular free business application in the Apple App Store. The Android application, released in March 2011, has been downloaded about 900,000 times.

Each platform application has recorded millions of visits. Customers using the iPhone version are visiting USPS online more than 1 million times each week. Go to https://www.usps.com/mobile/info.htm   to get started.

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please send us your request at pcc@usps.gov

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