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10 Most Common Mistakes in Mailpiece Design

Save yourself time, money and frustration by learning from other’s mistakes. Carl W Seltz, a Mailpiece Design Analyst located right here in the Twin Cities and serving the Western Area, will be presenting.  Carl has seen it all and he is happy to share his expertise with you.

Carl is a 35 year employee of the USPS, and worked on the processing floor for 26 years, with the last 9 years in the BMEU/Mailing Requirements.  This experience has given him valuable insights into operations and postal standards regarding an array of mailing functions from nonprofits, business mailer support, and customer mailing analytics, to mailpiece design, and has given him a solid foundation in his current position as a Mailpiece Design Analyst.  He’s always looking forward to assisting customers with their business mailing needs, and enjoys being a valuable resource for postal and non-postal customers.

There will be plenty of opportunity for your questions throughout the presentation.  We hope you can join us!

Below is the information you need for the webinar at March 20th at 11AM.

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