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Sep 22, 2020

NATIONAL PCC WEEK - EVENT

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Due to these unprecedented times, the National PCC Program Office, in conjunction with the PCC Advisory Committee, have made the decision to host a virtual National PCC Day instead of the traditional National PCC Week.  We came to this conclusion based on recent survey results where the PCC community overwhelmingly requested PCC Week be held on a specific day versus the traditional week long festivities. Many in the PCC community cited concerns about large group gatherings, company travel restrictions and challenges in obtaining event sponsorships.

 In light of these concerns, a live PCC Day event will be held on Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2020 at 2 p.m. ET

National PCC Week is the premier annual PCC event featuring postal leadership sharing USPS strategic initiatives and the opportunity for PCCs to hold educational workshops and training sessions.  This year will be no different. Break-out workshop sessions will be offered on key topics facing the mailing and shipping industry.

In addition, we will recognize the 2020 PCC Leadership Award winners for their outstanding contributions.

National PCC Day will be a unique opportunity to showcase PCCs successes and share insightful and content-rich information and the Industry Engagement & Outreach team will assist with the facilitation of the event. Please stay tuned for more event details. 

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USPS National and North Carolina News

News from USPS National and USPS North Carolina region.
The U.S. Postal Service captures the classic beauty of still-life paintings with the release of stamps featuring 10 different images of fruits and vegetables.
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WASHINGTON, DC — The U.S. Postal Service today announced the addition of the Innovation stamps to its 2020 stamp releases. Additional details, including the date these new Forever stamps will be available to purchase, will be announced soon. All images are preliminary and are subject to change prior to printing.
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WASHINGTON, DC — The U.S. Postal Service, together with the Universal Hip Hop Museum, today unveiled new Hip Hop stamps to celebrate the many facets of this popular and artistic culture. These Forever stamps are now available at Post Offices nationwide and at usps.com/hiphop. News of the stamps is being shared using the hashtag #HipHopPostageStamps.
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WASHINGTON, DC — The U.S. Postal Service is canceling the dedication ceremony for the Fruits & Vegetables stamps, previously announced for July 17, due to social distancing guidance during the coronavirus pandemic.
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The U.S. Postal Service celebrates the hip-hop movement with new Forever stamps.
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GREENSBORO, NC — The U.S. Postal Service will issue commemorative Forever stamps celebrating Bugs Bunny’s 80th birthday. The Postal Service and Warner Bros. Consumer Products are excited to dedicate these stamps at a virtual ceremony on July 27, the 80th anniversary of Bugs Bunny’s official screen debut.
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CHARLOTTE, NC — Post Offices will be closed on Saturday, July 4, in observance of the Fourth of July holiday. There will be no mail delivery with the exception of Priority Mail Express, which is available 365 days a year.
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The Postal Service celebrates the many ways we appreciate the natural world with a virtual event on Facebook and Twitter to introduce the Enjoy the Great Outdoors stamps.
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CHARLOTTE, NC — The number of U.S. Postal Service employees attacked by dogs nationwide fell to 5,803 in 2019 — more than 200 fewer than in 2018 and more than 400 fewer since 2017. In Charlotte, there were 21 attacks in 2019 compared with 32 in 2018 and 27 in 2017.
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CHARLOTTE, NC — With a nod to the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s, the U.S. Postal Service on May 21 is issuing new postage stamps honoring the lives and legacies of four of the movement’s greatest voices: novelist Nella Larsen; writer, philosopher, educator and arts advocate Alain Locke; bibliophile and historian Arturo Alfonso Schomburg; and poet Anne Spencer.
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