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Friday, August 24, 2012

Postal Commission OKs 'Junk Mail' Discount Plan

The government body that oversees the U.S. Postal Service has approved a plan that gives
one of the nation's largest direct marketers a postage discount on advertising flyers
known as "junk mail."
The three-year deal approved by the Postal Regulatory Commission on Thursday is intended
to boost use of the mail system by Valassis Communications Inc., which sends mass coupon
mailings to homes under its RedPlum ad bundles.
The commission said the plan should add $4.7 million to $15.3 million in net benefit to Postal
Service coffers over the course of the deal.


Anonymous said...

Junk mail for a junk business!
Nanticoke PO has to go , don't need it , don't want it , clean up this nation.

Anonymous said...

I'll mark them "Return to Sender" and make the postal service carry it twice!