Earlier this month, Scott McMurry, a Vienna, Virginia man finally received a postcard from his mother.
When Julie Bell printed thousands of her own-design Christmas cards off for sale in Paris almost 10 years ago, but failed to offload a single one, she learned a valuable business lesson.
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A recent study by International Communications Research, commissioned by Pitney Bowes, found that consumers still prefer receiving promotional information and private communications the traditional way: delivered by the mailman.
Pat Dutched had been a bookkeeper more than 25 years when she got a bright idea.
Email is being credited with the murder of the sidewalk mailbox, joining cell phones in a plot to destroy public communication hubs.
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