Last week, while testifying before Congress, Postmaster General Jack Potter said that the Postal Service needs to leverage our reach.
"We have a network of 37,000 retail outlets. America loves them and we want to keep as many open as possible, but we cannot just sell stamps in them," he said.
He mentioned driver's license renewal in Austrailia, banking in Italy and other countries that do more than deliver mail.
The Italian example is interesting, because more than half their profit comes from the banking portion of the Post.
So, what do you think? What kinds of services should we offer -- and which ones should we stay away from? Comment here.