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You should know by now that the Postal Service receives no tax dollars for operating expenses and relies on the sale of postage, products and services to fund its operations. But did you know the Postal Service has the nation’s largest retail network?

Did you know that usps.com® is one of the most frequently visited government sites and had 1.9 billion customer visits in 2017? Or that the Postal Service’s mobile site had more than 62 million visitors last year?

Do you want to know more? Like where dock-to-dock boat delivery happens? Or where the northernmost Post Office is located? Or even where the mules who deliver to the bottom of the Grand Canyon get their mail?

If so, you need to check out Postal Facts 2018 at facts.usps.com. The new site showcases all the information you ever wanted to know about the Postal Service – including some you didn’t know you wanted to know – in a visually appealing, creative format that is completely searchable and sharable on all social platforms.

Postal Facts helps tell the Postal Service’s story and helps you better understand how the organization delivers for the nation.

When using your mobile device to view Postal Facts, you can easily save the site to your device’s home screen. It creates an app-like icon that will take you directly to the site. Easy access!

 

The Postal Service makes the connection: Friends and families. Businesses and customers.

We deliver to every address in the country — from the biggest cities to the smallest hamlets. Our mandate is to bind the nation together. Our commitment is to provide secure, reliable, affordable delivery of mail and packages. Always have, always will. It’s what we do.

Learn more at facts.usps.com.

 

The Postal Service receives no tax dollars for operating expenses and relies on the sale of postage, products and services to fund its operations.

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