There are changes coming along from the US Postal Service that may affect you and your ability to continue to qualify for discounts on your mailings. Don’t let your mail fall into the category of “not qualified for discounts”. Here’s your chance to hear the details directly from the experts. I’ve asked Dan Schneider, our (the University’s) USPS Account Manager to help. He’s gathered his team of professionals and they are available to us on two different dates (details below). Come meet Dan and his team. You’ll leave with the information you need to work with your mailers, and your database providers, so you can be ready when the USPS qualifications go into effect. They want to make sure your mailings will continue to cost you what you’ve come to expect – or less! They are going to tell us exactly what we need to know now. Acting on this information will ensure you continue to qualify for the discounted rate on all of your mailings, and possibly even save money in the process!!
Remember when postage raised last year? In all the chatter about the forever stamp you may have missed the segment cleverly billed “Size DOES Matter”. “Size DOES Matter” was actually a change that was made in USPS pricing that was intentionally placed to save you money. Learn more about that – and how you can meet the up-coming “move-update compliance” requirements for your mailings – in these sessions.
And bring your questions …. any questions at all. Bring those questions you’ve always wanted to ask the post office but didn’t know who to call! This team is very knowledgeable on every subject you can imagine related to mailings, rates and returns. They not only cover domestic mail, there is an international mailing expert in the mix too.
Please join us in the UW Foundation 2nd floor conference room on:
- Tuesday, March 18th from 10:00 – 11:30 am, or
- Wednesday, March 19th at 1:30 – 3:00 pm
Contact me with your name, department, date and time you prefer to attend a session and I’ll register you and send you a confirmation. Seating is limited