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Customers seem to like them and the commercials. What really bothers me is that not everybody is wearing them. It's pretty sad that these clerks and carriers can't do something as simple as wearing a t-shirt to help get the message out there. But these are the clerks and carriers that are the biggest cry babies if they don't get their OT and the biggest union supporters. That is the problem right now is the unions They will ruin ALL of our jobs.
It is a Good Initiative. Maybe Friday or all July month wear suggested for all employees. Hope a Tee-Shirt is made available to all employees can help. This is new way to promote not just priority mail but other USPS services. Who else can be best marketers than USPS employees.
I ordered a Nintendo DS for my son which may weigh less than 2 lbs through Walmart website which had a game included for the same price it is available in General Market and Walamrt stores as well. I found that Walmart used UPS to ship Nintendo game and using USPS to ship the game. Looks like they are not aware of USPS new prioritymail rates and services. Looks like big chain stores like this can be tapped to generate revenue and replace their usual network with USPS.
I received my t-shirt two weeks ago, and was quiet happy management chose to allow craft from the plants to advertise priority mail. I made a stop before coming to work to show off my shirt, and after work for the same reason. Friends are asking questions about us due to the commercials, and I am able to give them information to generate revenue.
Well it would have been nice if my office had received enough shirts. I needed 5 and got two
The shirts are a great idea. The complaints I hear from my carriers are that they are too dark. It's hot in the summer and they would prefer a lighter weight material and lighter color.Plus, they miss having a pocket. They are so used to the pocket with their regular uniform.
What really bothers me is that not everybody is wearing them. It's pretty sad that these clerks and carriers can't do something as simple as wearing a t-shirt to help get the message out there.To the poster who wrote the above, I would be more than happy to wear a shirt. Unfortunately, the one I was given was too small, and they didn't have any larger ones. My child is using mine for a nightshirt.
Very minmimal response from my customers. My retail clerks have always upselled the vaule of using flat rate priority boxes.Maybe in different areas of the county this made since to spend the thousands of dollars for thiscampaign. Not so much in my neck of the woods.
I love the T-shirt campaign because it makes me feel I am doing something else to help my place of business stay afloat in these troubled waters! I want to do everything I possibly can to help and this is easy. I think the public has a positive view of the Post Office because of the TV ads and the shirts, too.
Whoever designs these shirts needs to think that it is June and July when they want us to wear them, and that it is 90 degrees! Navy blue! I will not be wearing mine as they are too hot!
I have seen two folks wearing these blue T-shirts around my town. (It's been 100 degrees in the shade.) When I see them I stop the person and say "Thank You!" They may be saving my job because every little bit of advertising helps.
i am trying to get a t shirt, we didnt get them, i really want this t shirt.help size med please
my district stresses dressing professionally, i.e. no jeans, t shirts, sweats. Then they send these out? Wouldn't have been so bad if we could choose our sizes. I got a size 2X for a size 5 body. If I wore it I would look like a kid playing dress up. How professional is that?
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