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Arroweye Solutions recognized by USPS with Business Achievement Award

Thursday, April 15, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Chicago – Arroweye Solutions was awarded the 2010 Corporate Business Achievement Award from the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) during the National Postal Forum Awards Ceremony in Nashville, Tenn. USPS recognized Arroweye for its innovation and successful partnership with the Postal Service. Arroweye’s Vice President of Operations Bob McCormick accepted the award on behalf of the company.

The Postal Service credit’s Arroweye for its collaboration in developing a customized USPS priority envelope and notes the company’s continued support of the mailing industry.

“We’re incredibly honored to receive this award and we deeply value the relationship we’ve built with the Postal Service over the years,” said McCormick. “Arroweye’s in the business of providing its clients and consumers with a more personal, better customer experience and USPS is a trusted partner in delivering packages securely and on-time.”  

Based in Chicago, Illinois and Henderson, Nevada, Arroweye is a card marketing and production partner that provides just-in-time, highly customized plastic gift, incentive and payment cards and carriers that ship in as few as 24 hours. With an integrated combination of web-based design tools and on-demand manufacturing and personalization capabilities, Arroweye is the only fully-digital manufacturer of plastic within the payments industry.

“This award is a tribute to Arroweye Solutions for having recognized the vital importance of innovation, teamwork, communication and customer satisfaction in partnership with the Postal Service,” said Stephen M. Kearney, senior vice president, customer relations for USPS.




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