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BOSTON – The history of the Postal Service’s Postal Consumer Councils (PCCs) dates back over six decades.

In 1961, the Boston Globe newspaper printed a story entitled, “High Postal Man Will Address Local Mail Users Council.” 

Over the decades the bond between business customers and the Postal Service continued to evolve throughout the country, and today, these councils, now known as Postal Customer Councils, provide a unique opportunity for any business to meet with top level managers of the Postal Service to obtain information, share ideas, address issues, grow their business and network with other business colleagues.

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“The Postal Customer Council history has a proven track record of success and has sustained its reputation throughout the decades,” said PCC Administrator George Kippenhan. The Greater Boston PCC received the highest honor from USPS Headquarters in 2022 winning the coveted “Top Metro PCC in the Nation” as well as “Best Innovation of the Year”.  We look forward to growing our membership.

We encourage any local business to join us.

Visit our website at for more information

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The United States Postal Service is an independent federal establishment, mandated to be self-financing and to serve every American community through the affordable, reliable and secure delivery of mail and packages to nearly 165 million addresses six and often seven days a week.

Overseen by a bipartisan Board of Governors, the Postal Service is implementing a 10-year transformation plan, Delivering for America, to modernize the postal network, restore long-term financial sustainability, dramatically improve service across all mail and shipping categories, and maintain the organization as one of America’s most valued and trusted brands.

The Postal Service generally receives no tax dollars for operating expenses and relies on the sale of postage, products and services to fund its operations.

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Susan Petroni is the former editor for SOURCE. She is the founder of the former news site, which as of May 1, 2023, is now a self-publishing community bulletin board. The website no longer has a journalist but a webmaster.