Congratulations to our Kathy N. Hall as she is the newest Co-Chair of the Houston Postal Customer Council. Pictured above with current Houston Postmaster and HPCC Co-Chair Chenise LaDoux with Steve “Mail Coach” Fowler of Thomas PrintWorks and former HPCC Co-Chair.
The HPCC was organized in 1953 to provide a forum for communication with and cooperation between users of the mail and the U. S. Postal Service. Its mission to promote local cooperation and support and to foster a close working relationship between the US Postal Service and all businesses that use the US Postal Service to communicate and interact with their customers makes the organization an essential part of our business.
HPCC also shares information and facilitates the exchange of ideas about new and existing Postal Service products, programs, services and procedures that affect all businesses that use the mail; and help industry members and their organizations grow and develop professionally through focused education programs.
A national program, PCCs are postal sponsored organizations. HPCC membership consists of both Postal Service employees and representatives of the mailing industry. Membership is open to all business mailers who use the services of the Postal Service within the sponsoring Postal Service Manager’s geographic area. Any company presenting mail in the Houston District may belong to the organization including commercial mailers, organizations, service bureaus, individuals, etc., within the geographic area of responsibility of the Houston District.
The Executive Board of the Houston Postal Customer Council shall serve as a steering committee for the Houston Postal Customer Council and shall be representative of customers dedicated toward meeting the objectives of the Houston Postal Customer Council By-Laws meeting at least once every month.
Executive Board Officers are elected for a two-year term. Kathy is also an active member on the education committee.