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The Postal Service’s Deliver the Win site includes tips on using direct mail in political campaigns.

Political Mail site. The Postal Service has updated Deliver the Win, a site that offers direct mail research and more for political campaigns.

The site, which USPS introduced two years ago, promotes the use of “omni-channel marketing” for campaigns that want to include mail in their promotional efforts.

USPS is encouraging employees to use the site for Political Mail assistance and as a reference point for customers with questions.

Postal Bulletin. The next Postal Pulse employee survey is previewed in the Postal Bulletin’s April 26 edition.

The survey will run from Tuesday, May 22-Friday, June 22 and feature a comment box that employees can use to offer feedback in their own words.

Informed Delivery reminder. The Sprint to 10 Million Challenge, an initiative to sign up new users for Informed Delivery, is continuing.

The goal is to have 10 million Informed Delivery users by Sunday, May 6, when this year’s National Postal Forum begins. Informed Delivery currently has about 9 million users.

USPS is encouraging employees to sign up for the mail notification service at Sign-up is voluntary.

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