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Postal Service kicks off same-day local delivery with ribbon cutting

The U.S. Postal Service will hold a ribbon cutting to celebrate the launch of USPS Connect Local at 58 Post Offices in California 1 District – South Bay, the Peninsula, San Francisco Bay, and Northern California. The new service provides same-day and next-day delivery options for neighborhood businesses that need affordable solutions to reach their local customers.
Raj Sanghera, California 1 District Manager
Cina Kreisel, District Sales Manager WestPac Regional
Yogi Singal, Postmaster Cupertino
Monday, April 18, 10:00 a.m.




Cupertino Post Office
21701 Stevens Creek Blvd.
Cupertino, CA 95014



With consumers shopping online more than ever, businesses need to find new, cost-effective ways to compete on speed, price, and convenience to meet customer demand for local delivery.

The U.S. Postal Service is evolving to better meet the needs of our customers – small and large – and to help businesses thrive.  USPS Connect is our new approach to meet the evolving package and mail delivery needs for businesses of all sizes.

This suite of affordable solutions capitalizes on our ongoing network improvements, new processing equipment and increased operational precision.

What’s different about the USPS Connect program? It gives businesses of all sizes direct access to our unmatched delivery network for affordable same-day and next-day delivery and returns in local, regional and national markets.

USPS Connect Local was successfully piloted in select locations and is now being rolled out nationally. This innovative suite of services helps neighborhood businesses and organizations exceed their customers’ expectations with local-to-local delivery.

With USPS Connect Local, we’re empowering Main Street businesses to compete and win in the global e-commerce world.

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