USPS: Open for business and Delivering for customers on Christmas Eve

The Postal Service always delivers for its customers during the holidays — and this year is no exception.

USPS will be open for business and mail delivery will continue as usual Monday, Dec. 24.

Post Office retail counters will be open until noon. However, some retail offices may be open later due to customer needs.

Local hours are posted at all Post Offices.

In select locations, USPS will deliver packages Tuesday, Dec. 25.

The organization will deliver cheer throughout this year’s holiday season, including an estimated 16 billion mailpieces and packages from Thanksgiving to New Year’s Day.

In her recent holiday message to employees, Postmaster General Megan J. Brennan thanked them for their dedication and service.

“Your efforts during the holidays help us earn our customers’ trust and loyalty and demonstrate the Postal Service’s value to the American public. As postal employees, we take great pride in serving our customers at every touch point,” Brennan wrote.

USPS announced its operating status for Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day on Dec. 6.

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Yes, for the most part the postal carriers absolutely do care about their customers.
However, what Postmaster General Megan J. Brennan says “we take great pride in serving our customers at every touch point,” is not true. The managers care about you as much as “Two Dead Flies”. The biggest problem with the postal service is managers that don’t care and are not qualified to hold such a position.