Have you ever wanted to share your fun photos, offbeat stories, and positive postal news and experiences? Rules of the road? Keep it upbeat, be considerate, and keep it clean.
I will start by apologizing. I have seen several depictions from our packaging. But to me this is a waste of our free products. What message does it send to our customers???
For Naples, Florida I think this is just fine. Good imagination "guys". How do you market to those who live on boats?
I once barrowed an egg from my mother and thought it would be funny to mail her a slip of paper reading: "EGG" along with a note saying I was paying her back for the "Egg" that I barrowed...now we are even...
I appreciate the imagination of the people putting together these fun images, but I wonder where they find the time. My employees are working 6 days a week just to keep up with the mail. Maybe they could come and spell these clerks some day so they could have a day off.
I too am tired of these priorty packaging sculptures. For once the USPS have hit it big with the TV ads on flat rate boxes. That actor portraying a letter carrier actually looks like a carrier and his cut out at the Post Offices is great, those boxes fly out of the building. Ben you must be desperate for news to keep posting these hokey photos.
Keep posting these photos, Benny, because I love them and so do many other people. I love seeing the creativity that Postal workers possess and when it promotes our products, it makes me even happier.
Awsome display Naples, attracting attention to the packaging gets people actively asking about them instead of just window shopping and walking out without taking a box with them. Before creating Robo-Man, I had ordered Priority supplies once this year for my little office, since I put him up I have had to reorder 3 times since August. The displays help people see what the commercials are talking about. My customers used to come in and look at the boxes just laying on the shelf and walk away. Like many small offices,I'm sure, I don't have the nice diplay with our current ad spokesman, so during my lunch hour, I created my own display.
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