Thursday, December 1, 2016
Sharing Your Good Tidings
USPS is encouraging employees to write their holiday hopes and wishes and mail it on a postcard to a special address.
The Postal Service is inviting employees to share some cheer with their colleagues throughout this year’s holiday season.
Employees are asked to write their personal holiday hopes and wishes on a postcard and mail it to a special address. USPS will collect the messages and share highlights on internal communications and social media channels.
“We want to build on this year’s ‘Delivering Cheer’ theme and provide employees with a unique opportunity to share their holiday greetings with their colleagues throughout the Postal Service,” said Corporate Communications Vice President Janice Walker.
Postcard submissions will be accepted now through December 19. Employees can remain anonymous, although only participants who provide their names and job titles will be shared in LINK.
Volunteers from the public relations team will sort through the submissions.
Send postcards to: USPS, Multimedia Communications Department, PO Box 23294, Washington, DC 20026-3294.