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42nd Edition

Posted in , DefaultTag, Postal Service, Letter Carrier, postal news, postal, post office, rural carrier, honesty by yourpostalpodcast on November 21st, 2011

The future of greeting cards and applause for an honest act



People have long used greeting cards as a means to share important emotions -- but how are they faring in this era of declining mail volume and electronic communication? This month's edition of Your Postal Podcast provides some answers, thanks to Susan January, head of the Greeting Card Association of America.

You'll also hear the story of an Arizona letter carrier whose recent act of honesty didn't go unnoticed. The podcast also features a roundup of the latest Postal Service news.

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Top photo: A greeting card display at a Post Office

Bottom photo: Tucson, AZ, Rural Carrier Brian Cota at his letter case.

42nd Edition, Transcript

Posted in , DefaultTag, USPS, Letter Carrier, Postal History, postal news, postal, post office, honesty by yourpostalpodcast on November 21st, 2011

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