Fry Communications Wins 2015 USPS Mail Innovation Award at Postal Forum
MECHANICSBURG, Pa.—May 22, 2015—Fry Communications has won the 2015 Mail Innovation Award from the U.S. Postal Service. Glenn Sollenberger, Fry’s director of postal affairs and distribution, accepted the award from Postmaster General Megan Brennan and the USPS Executive Leadership Team during a special ceremony at the National Postal Forum in Anaheim, California.
“This award is a tribute to Fry Communications and shows the vital importance of innovation, teamwork, communications, and customer satisfaction,” said Joshua Colin, vice president of USPS Eastern Area Operations. “It is dedicated to companies like yours, who have worked collaboratively with postal management to enhance the value of mail and helped to make our business partnership successful.”
Fry is also involved in the Postal Customer Council, is a very active MTAC participant, attends customer focus meetings, and holds regular quarterly Business Service Network meetings to ensure involvement with the latest industry innovations.
“We are honored to receive this prestigious award,” noted Sollenberger. “Providing our customers with outstanding mail delivery options and customer service has always been a top priority. To be recognized in this way is confirmation of our commitment and is truly exciting.”
About Fry Communications
With a heritage in print and a focus on new technology, Fry Communications has continually expanded and diversified to meet the needs of its customers. As one of the nation’s largest privately held integrated communications companies, Fry provides category-leading solutions in publishing and marketing services to its growing customer base. Through the Fry Family Network, an integrated association of family-owned companies, Fry consultants integrate solutions from traditional print and distribution to progressive digital device delivery and custom web publishing, effectively bridging the gap between today and tomorrow.
Source: Fry Communications.