Great News!!! White House Announces Nominees!

Yesterday, the White House announced their intent to nominate three individuals to serve as members of the US Postal Service Board of Governors. If even one is confirmed by the Senate that means there might be postal promotions next year. Let’s keep our fingers crossed and hope that this process continues to move forward in a quick manner. If you weren’t aware, we have been without even a single member on the Board of Governors for almost a year. Without a member on this board, there was no way to get approval for postal promotions programs.

Your voice was heard. You made a difference. Thanks for taking the time out to contact your local representatives about this important matter. The Dingley Press will keep you posted as we learn more.


The Work of the ACMA: Do You Get It?

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By Paul Miller, VP & Deputy Director, American Catalog Mailers Association You may start reading this and think “ahh, I know those folks; I’ve seen them at NEMOA events and…

Please Read … 2018 Postal Promotions

In June of last year, the PRC approved the 2017 postal promotions. We’ve been anxiously waiting to learn about the 2018 postal promotions, however there doesn’t seem to be any…

PRC Approves 2017 Postage Rate Changes

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ACMA Speaks, USPS & PRC Listen 2017 Postage Rates Approved; ACMA Has Heavy Hand in Shifting to a Pro-Growth Pro-Catalog Postal Policy Dear Industry Participant: While the Postal Regulatory Commission’s…

Landmark Catalog Developments Announced

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USPS leadership has announced a series of changes designed to encourage catalog industry growth. These were all in direct reaction to the concerns the American Catalog Mailers Association raised over…

Retailers Leaving Amazon

Many retailers have been dumping Amazon. Birkenstock has announced they are leaving Amazon for “unacceptable business practices”. They have found that Amazon commingles inventory so ‘knock-off’ product are mixed with…