Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Miami-Dade PCC Wins Silver PCC Award

Congratulations to the Miami-Dade County PCC for earning silver premier status in the National PCC Day Awards Recognition Program!

Today PMG Jack Potter was the keynote speaker for the National Postal Customer Council (PCC) Day broadcast, an annual event that brings together mailers, industry partners, and customers to recognize their contributions to the Postal Service and outline plans and goals. PCCs are a network of community-based business mailers and representatives of the Postal Service, who meet regularly to share ideas and resources to create a closer working relationship.

National PCC Day also showcases the work of PCCs and includes a series of awards recognizing outstanding service and individual achievement. The Premier PCC Program is designed to maximize PCC performance. There are three levels --- Bronze, Silver, and Gold --- by which PCCs can measure their performance. Performing at the Silver Level demonstrates that a PCC has effectively expanded its core operations and implemented additional educational, networking, and communications programs to enhance the value of PCC membership.

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