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Specialty Print Communications Approved for USPS® “Mail Anywhere” Program

Friday, April 10, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

Niles, Ill. - Specialty Print Communications (SPC), a national, single-source solution provider of direct mail, www.specialtyprintcomm.com, announces it has been authorized by the USPS® to participate in the “Mail Anywhere” program. 

One of the latest USPS® initiatives, the service allows mail clients to consolidate permits, potentially going from multiple permits in numerous cities down to one total permit, among other advantages. “Authorization into the ‘Mail Anywhere’ program is one more example of the latest in SPC’s Continuous Improvement program,” said Adam LeFebvre, President and CEO, SPC. “We’re honored to have been authorized, and to be able to offer these advantages to our customers.”

“SPC was accepted into the program based on positive results on our Mailer Scorecard,” said Randy Weiler, Director of Postal Affairs and Logistics, SPC. “Only mailers with very low error percentages are accepted.”

All mail currently held at USPS BMEU’s throughout the United States, can now be submitted for mailing by SPC in Chicago, without having to open a permit locally, or change the indicia artwork. It also allows mailers greater flexibility in managing their production, and savings because permit imprint fees are waived at additional locations. For more information on how SPC can help improve your next campaign, visit www.specialtyprintcomm.com


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