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Postmaster General John E. Potter Speaks at the Major Mailers Association Conference

Press release from the issuing company

Atlanta, Georgia, April 11 2005 – Joining forces with other prestigious high-volume mailers to discuss ideas and strategies for working most efficiently with the United States Postal System (USPS), DATAMATX, one of the nation’s largest privately held full-service providers of first-class print, mail and document distribution, is this year’s sponsor of the annual Major Mailers Association (MMA) Conference held April 13 – 15 in Atlanta.  The Major Mailers Association is a forum of distinguished first-class mailers that represents 30 billion pieces of mail annually.  The group works in partnership with the USPS to ensure affordable, quality mail service. DATAMATX welcomes Postmaster General John E. Potter and other MMA members including Verizon Wireless, BellSouth, Allstate Insurance Company and Discover Financial Services to Atlanta to talk about solutions to the current USPS rate case, sales tax, delivery, technology and other key challenges facing today’s business mailer. “It is an honor that our combined input about maintaining an efficient first-class mail system is heard by the executive head of the USPS, Postmaster General John E. Potter,” said Harry Stephens, president and CEO of DATAMATX.  “As a member of the Major Mailers Association, DATAMATX advocates for timely, reliable and affordable postal service, which is essential to the bottom-line success of every enterprise.  The conference delivers several best practice ideas we can easily incorporate into strategies to help our customers enhance their businesses and reduce costs.” The Major Mailers Conference opens Wednesday, April 13 with a tour of DATAMATX’s state-of-the-art printing and mailing facility in Atlanta.  The remaining conference includes an address on the state of the USPS by the Postmaster General, as well as various seminars, workshops and round-tables sponsored by other MMA members on today’s major mailing issues.