CUSTOMER CONNECT

 

 

 

 CUSTOMER CONNECT IS  A JOINT PROGRAM BETWEEN THE USPS AND NALC AND

 

 

IS ONE WAY THAT WE CAN HELP THE POST OFFICE GROW REVENUE

 

 

AS WELL AS PRESERVE OUR JOBS AS EMPLOYEES OF THE POSTAL SERVICE.

 

 

 IF YOU SEE A BUSINESS OR INDIVIDUALTHAT UTILIZES ANOTHER SHIPPING SERVICE

 

OR MAILER AND COULD BENEFIT FROM USING OUR SERVICES AND PRODUCTS INSTEAD,

 

 

MORE THEN LIKELY SAVING THEM MONEY AS WELL, SUBMIT THE LEAD

 

 

INCLUDING BUSINESS AND CONTACT NAME ADDRESS AND PHONE NUMBER

 

 

TO MARY PARDO 210-368-1757 OR YOUR STATION CUSTOMER CONNECT

 

 

REPRESENTATIVE  YOU CAN ALSO SUBMIT THE LEADS AT:    MaryC.Pardo@usps.gov   

 

 

PLEASE INCLUDE YOUR NAME,STATION AND PHONE NUMBER 

 

 

ALONG WITH THE BUSINESS NAME, ADDRESS AND CONTACT INFO

 

 

OUR GOAL IS FOR EACH CARRIER TO SUBMIT 2 LEADS PER MONTH ,WE CAN DO IT !

 

 

 

 

 IF YOU SEE OR KNOW OF ANY CUSTOMERS THAT WOULD BENEFIT FROM THIS SERVICE

 

 SUBMIT THEIR NAMES AS LEADS FOR EVERYDOOR DIRECT MAILING

 

 

The Sales Leader recognizes our employee’s contributions in generating new revenue.  Attached is the current issue of

 

"The Sales LEADer."

 

Our employees are our greatest asset and their business

 

partnerships are a key in identifying new revenue

 

opportunities. 

 

Please post on employee bulletin boards and encourage your employees continued efforts in lead generation.

 

Congratulations to Round Rock West Rural Carrier Diane Reynolds for generating $45,000 in a Rural Reach Lead and San Antonio NE Carrier Annex City Carrier William Etherton for generating $29,380 in a Customer Connect Lead.

 

Thank you for your continued support and participation of the Employee Engagement Program'

 

 

Rural Carrier Diane Reynolds           

                                                                              
      

Carrier Bill Etherton

 

 

Thank you

 

 

Diane P Sepulveda

Diane P Sepulveda

US Postal Service

 

 

 

United States
Postal Service:

Just the facts...

  delivering in snow
     
 
 
 
USPS efficiently binds the nation together
 
In 2010 the U.S. Postal Service:
Served 308 million Americans each day—up 48 percent since 1971...
...and delivered 569 million pieces of mail per day—up 96 percent since 1971...
...to 151 million addresses—up 93 percent since 1971...
...for a total of 170 billion pieces of mail—up 96 percent since 1971...
...with just 584,000 career employees—down 19.7% since 1971...

...at postage rates in line with inflation for 40 years, all while shedding a 25% government subsidy