Postal pride with a dose of rock ‘n’ roll

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Left: Crestview, FL, Rural Carrier Associate Anita Fee prepares the mail at her case before leaving for the street. Fee is able to do on one leg what many people find difficult using two. Right: Twin Cities Public Television videographer/producer Maria Bartholdi attaches a portable microphone onto the coat of St. Paul, MN, City Carrier Georgia Ramin (right), who is the subject of a profile for the award-winning weekly arts TV series "Minnesota Original."

Two strong women who are passionate about delivering great customer service are profiled in this episode of Your Postal Podcast. First you'll hear the story of a St. Paul, MN, employee who enjoys the important role she plays as a letter carrier by day, and is being featured on a local TV show because she also serves as the lead singer in a rock band by night. Next you'll meet a Crestview, FL, rural carrier who is able to deliver the mail to her customers despite having only one leg.

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Bat stamp, cat rescue

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Left: Ketchum, ID, Postmaster John McDonald poses with TV Batman Adam West outside the Ketchum Post Office. Right: Winthrop, WA, Rural Carrier Dori Blackburn rescued a cat on her route after a dog's persistent barks for help.

The original TV Batman swings into the latest edition of Your Postal Podcast. Adam West, who played the cowled crimefighter on the Batman TV show in the 1960s, drops by to weigh in on the Batman Forever Stamps now on sale at Post Offices nationwide and also discuss the fan mail he continues to receive at his Idaho home. Next you'll hear about a Washington rural carrier's unusual rescue of a trapped cat -- accomplished with an assist from a friendly canine.
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Why we are here

Posted in USPS, trade show, military mail by yourpostalpodcast on February 23rd, 2015

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The U.S. Postal Service hosted a highly-praised exhibit (left photo) at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas earlier this year. Helen Simmons (left), founder of Write2Them, presents a tray of letters for military recruits to Colorado Springs Air Force Academy Post Office Sales & Service Associate Agnes Martin.  

Hear about the Postal Service’s growing influence within the world of electronic innovation in the newest edition of Your Postal Podcast, available now at YourPostalPodcast.com.  

USPS Vice President, Sales Cliff Rucker explains the reasons behind the Postal Service’s presence at the recent Consumer Electronics Show and how the mail is playing a growing role in the electronics industry.

You’ll also hear about a new service that provides families with an easy way to send messages to sons and daughters who have just entered the military and have no access to phone or Internet service during basic training

Both the audio and transcript versions of this edition and an archive of previous shows of Your Postal Podcast are available at YourPostalPodcast.com. Listen to Your Postal Podcast on your mobile device at YourPostalPodcast.com/mobile, or search “Your Postal Podcast” at the iTunes Store.

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Letter Carriers’ Heroics = Just Another Day at USPS

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Greenville, SC, City Carrier Christopher Brown (left) has received praise for his quick action to save a baby from choking while on his route. Pictured at right, Boise, ID, City Carrier Gretchen Young receives an award from the Idaho Commission for Libraries from Boise Overland Trail Station Manager Les Miller.

This edition introduces you to two letter carriers who have earned customers' praises -- one for saving a baby's life, the other for delivering information and entertainment to customers with disabilities. You'll also hear a roundup of the latest postal news.

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A singer’s influence and a hero’s courage remembered

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Left: The new Janis Joplin Forever Stamp. Right: Korean War hero Hiroshi Miyamura receives a framed version of the new Medal of Honor - Koraen War stamps from Gallup, NM, Postmaster Thelma Malone.
Some of the best music from the "Summer of Love" is remembered in the September 2014 edition of Your Postal Podcast.
Retired postal employee Jae Whitaker lived with legendary Janis Joplin during the rock singer's journey to the peak of her fame and reminisced in an interview with Your Postal Podcast on the releases of the Forever Stamp honoring her friend.
Later in the program, you'll hear thoughts from a Medal of Honor recipient who demonstrated bravery and valor during the Korean War. Hiroshi Miyamura is one of the medal recipients whose photo is included on the new Medal of Honor - Korean War stamp folio. His appearance on the stamp sheet was celebrated at a recent ceremony in his native Gallup, NM.
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