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Mail is Essential

During 2020, many businesses have paused due to Covid-19. Communication is critical to remain top of mind when you can't physically engage with your customers. Although digital technology has helped keep us informed and connected, it's been the United States Postal Service that has kept important documents, funds and information available to all. See the statement below on how print plays a crucial role in our everyday lives.

That's why the US mail and EMCO have been deemed essential services throughout the pandemic. We ensure that your consumers, vendors, community members, families, students and employees are informed about hours of operations, vital services and access to support organizations as things evolve. We live in a multi-media world, and PRINT via MAIL is an equitable, inexpensive and engaging way to make sure your message reaches it's intended recipient (aka - no spam)!

Thank you for trusting us today and into the future.

Design, Print, & Mail Today!

Letter from USPS, March 2020

To Whom It May Concern,

This letter is to provide information regarding the functions being performed by the mailing and printing industry in support of the essential government services being provided by the United States Postal Service to the American people.

The Postal Service’s provision of postal services throughout the United States is not affected by State and local government actions that are restricting commercial and personal activities in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Postal Service is an entity of the Federal Government, and the provision of postal services to the American people is designated as an essential function under federal law during times of emergency. The postal system is used to deliver, among other things, important governmental information and benefits, mail that is essential to the functioning of our economy, elections materials, and packages containing vital necessities, including medicines and other goods, and is a part of the nation’s critical infrastructure.

Postal and shipping workers, including those in the private sector, are also considered essential critical infrastructure workers under recent guidance issued by the Department of Homeland Security. White House and CDC guidance has also stated that such industries have a special responsibility to maintain normal work schedules.

The functioning of the postal system depends critically on the mailing and printing industry. Members of the mailing and printing industry work with the public and private sector to create, print, and enter essential mail into the postal system. The industry also serves a vital role in ensuring that packages are able to be efficiently shipped from sender to recipient.

Therefore, the Postal Service considers that the continued operations of the mailing and printing industry in enabling the delivery of critical mail and packages is vital to the Postal Service’s continued performance of its essential functions.

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