In this edition, we'll take you back in time to see how the West was really won -- and the discovery just might surprise you. We'll also visit with a carrier who has TWO million miles of safe driving -- and a 50-year perfect attendance record to boot. We'll also visit an Arizona postal museum that has a unique collection of postal oddities. Tell a friend about this podcast! You can stream it from any computer, or download it through iTunes and have it load directly to your MP3 player.
Archive for Safety
In this edition, you'll hear about recycling efforts, the NALC Food Drive, the upcoming price change, and and strange and unique stamps.
In this edition, you'll hear a riveting story about a Iowa letter carrier who was attacked by a dog. A big bite of the pepper spray was enough to thwart him from the carrier -- but the dog turned his attention to a neighborhood boy. Big mistake. The carrier saved the day. You'll also hear about the number one thing that comes loose in the mail, as well as a way to save money -- by mailing.
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In this edition, you'll hear about the designer of the Breast Cancer stamp, tips to beat the heat, how the Postal Service is combatting high fuel prices, heroes of the Midwest floods and more.
In this 10-minute edition, you'll hear about an environmental product shipper who uses the mail. One of their products is writing paper -- made from elephant droppings. Hear about it in "Dung Deal." We also visit one of the nation's top canine trainers where we ask the question, "Why can't we all get along?" We take a trip to the Post Office from Hell, where mail is lovingly burned. Hear from an employee whose heart gave out -- but sick leave saved the day. We also have a money minute and a chance to win an MP3 player.
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