Greater Triad PCC 'Strikes Gold'
Special from Cap Metro Leader The Triangle Area Postal Customer Council (PCC), based in Raleigh, NC, and the Greater Triad Postal Customer Council, domiciled in Greensboro, were presented Gold Awards at the inaugural Carolina Postal Forum in Charlotte, NC recently, giving both PCCs representing Greensboro District Premier Award recognition in multiple years.
PCCs are local area organizations comprised of postal managers and mailing industry professionals designed to share information and facilitate the exchange of ideas about new and existing USPS products, programs, services and procedures that affect all businesses that use the mail. During PCC Week, September 8-12, those PCCs that demonstrate best practices that support business growth opportunities for USPS and its members are recognized for their excellence. The Gold Award is presented to Councils who hold at least eight meetings per year, conduct education workshops, and share at least one best practice that is applicable nationwide, among other criteria.
Triad’s Council achieved Gold status for the fourth consecutive year, while Triangle’s Council was recognized for its third; Councils achieve Platinum status after a fifth consecutive Gold recognition. ”The PCC program is one we spend quality time with, because its members represent the voice of so many of our business customers,” said Ronnie White, Acting District Manager. “The input we provide to each other helps us both improve our operations, making it a clear win-win proposition for all involved. They are clearly deserving of their Gold awards.”