Greater Boston

Welcome to the Greater Boston Postal Customer Council 

The Greater Boston Postal Customer Council (GBPCC) is a United States Postal Service (USPS) sponsored organization comprised of a local network of business mailers, mail service providers and USPS representatives.  GBPCC offers opportunities to participate in educational programs, networking events and discussions focused on changing postal regulations, rates and local/national mailing issues.  

The GBPCC works to improve communications between the Postal Service, businesses and mailers.  Thanks for visiting our website and please consider becoming a member.

Upcoming events

26 Sep 2019 7:00 AM • Plainridge Park, Plainville, MA
26 Sep 2019 7:00 AM • Plainridge Park, Plainville, MA

Latest Postal News

                                        



Special thanks to our

Sponsors

participating in National PCC Day 2019 at Plainridge Park

Premier Sponsor: 


 

Gold Sponsors:




 

 


 


 







 

 



Corporate Sponsors:

 

 





 



 




Speaker Panelists:











Greater Boston PCC



Greater Boston PCC Receives 

Silver Award for Innovation of the Year


PCC Honors Our Veterans

On December 3rd, members of the PCC Board joined the USPS and Congressman Joe      Kennedy III in a “Salute to Veterans”.

The event, which took place at the Boston VA Hospital in West Roxbury, included the unveiling of a World War I stamp and an address by Congressman Kennedy.  Hand-made  pens, crafted by Boston PCC Board member Al Silverstein were distributed to the veterans, along with note cards and envelopes. 

In what has become an annual event for the Greater Boston PCC, this is our way of expressing our gratitude for the service of our veterans.  A memorable event for all involved.




Pictured Top: PCC Industry Co-Chair Mike Shields, David Hencke VA, PCC Board Member Al Silverstein, Postmaster Nick Francescucci, Congressman Joe Kennedy III, Melissa Conway VA and Jim Holland, USPS Marketing Manager.

Pictured Right: PCC Industry Co-Chair Mike Shields addressing the assembled crowd of veterans.

USPS Honors First Responders


In September, the USPS unveiled a stamp recognizing the effort and sacrifices made by our nation's first responders. Firefighters, law enforcement officers, emergency medical service professionals and other emergency personnel were recognized by the U.S. Postal Service at a special first-day-of-issue ceremony for the Honoring First Responders Forever stamp.

“Our nation’s first responders rush into life-threatening situations for the benefit of others,” said Guy Cottrell, the Postal Inspection Service’s Chief Postal Inspector and dedicating official. “The Postal Service is pleased to honor their skill, dedication and unfailing bravery with this stamp."

Artist Brian Stauffer worked with art director and designer Antonio Alcalá and designer Ricky Altizer to create this stamp. As a contributing artist to The New York Times, Time Magazine, The New Yorker and other publications worldwide, Stauffer’s illustrations are best known for bridging traditional and digital realms to create a conceptual take on social issues.

Read more in our latest newsletter: GBPCC Newsletter Issue 21.pdf

Photo Highlight


First Responders Stamp Dedication

Ceremony held on 17 October 2018 at the West Newbury Public Safety Building

It’s a Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood...

It was indeed a beautiful day in the neighborhood as PCC Executive Board Members Nick Francescucci, Postmaster of Boston and George Kippenhan, Manager of Consumer & Industry Contact dedicated the new Mister Rogers Stamp at WAAF Studios in Brighton on April 10. 

The dedication took place on the Matty & Nick Show (3-7pm on WAAF).  Hosts Matty Blake and Nick Stevens are pop culture experts who were honored to take part in a ceremony dedicated to one of their childhood idols: Mister Rogers.  

"He was such an instrumental part of our childhood, I am beyond flattered that we are a part of this special dedication," said Blake. 

After unveiling the new stamp live on 107.3 (as well as the "WAAF" and "Matty & Nick" social media pages), Postmaster Francescucci presented commemorative Mister Rogers plaques to Blake, Stevens and producer Stanley Bruno.

"As Mister Rogers famously stated, 'the greatest gift you give is your honest self', let me say what a delight it was to receive a USPS plaque as we honored one of America's most beloved teachers!" declared Stevens.

  

  

Connect with us on LinkedIn

         

 

 

Become a Greater Boston PCC member today! 

Online Registration - PayPal

 

USPS: The Future Delivered

 

Stamp news and a preview of 2019 stamps on the way: Stamp News      

                           

 

We appreciate our corporate Greater Boston PCC sponsors:

 

                                                 


                                              

  

© Greater Boston Postal Customer Council
Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software