The Greater St. Louis Postal Customer Council was honored this summer at U.S. Postal Service headquarters in Washington, D.C., with three Silver Awards for its contributions to the St. Louis mailing industry, which includes Metro East.
One award was for PCC Innovation of the Year and the second was for Education Program Excellence. In addition, Charley Miller (shown), from the U.S. Postal Service’s Gateway District was recognized as District Manager of the Year with a Silver Award for individual contributions to the PCC.
PCCs are groups of mailing industry leaders and postal leaders who meet regularly to network and exchange mutually beneficial ideas. The Greater St. Louis PCC is one of more than 140 local PCC chapters throughout the nation. According to industry studies, the U.S. mailing industry employs more than 7.5 million people and represents more than $1.4 trillion in sales revenue.
PCC awards recognize those who, over the course of the recognition period, have conducted numerous educational and networking events and have documented quantifiable achievements resulting in members’ support and satisfaction, or who have undertaken innovative measures to forge stronger partnerships between local mailers and the Postal Service.
The Greater St. Louis PCC Executive Board includes: Industry Co-Chair Anna Metzger from Edward Jones, Vice-Chair Jan Ponza from Ameren, Treasurer Rusty Rohman from Pitney Bowes Presort Services and St. Louis Postmaster Cathy Vaughn.