Become A Member Of The SFAPCC

The SFAPCC provides a forum for mailers to discuss and resolve local mailing issues with their local postmaster. The SFAPCC also serves as an avenue for its members to exchange ideas and suggestions on new United States Postal Service products and services. Members interacting at SFAPCC meetings and seminars have developed many revenue saving ideas.

Why Become A Member Of The SFAPCC?

The PCC program is designed to benefit both the USPS and all size business mailers by improving communications, solving local challenges, and disseminating best practices for cost-effective and more profitable mailings. Currently, most local PCC's include large business mailers, government agencies, and business Mail Product Guide. However, small businesses stand to benefit more from PCC membership. Small businesses are less likely than larger organizations to have full-time mailing professionals with the expertise to optimize mailing operations. That's where PCC membership helps. Small business mailers that want to learn how they can take advantage of USPS products, services, tools, and resources to help grow their business should join a local PCC. PCC membership provides you with the opportunity to:

  • Learn from postal experts about marketing through the mail.
  • Find new sources for mailing lists. Printing, database management, and more.
  • Get discounts to major mailing industry events.
  • Network with other mailers, business Mail Product Guide and USPS executives to discover new ways to make your mailings more efficient and profitable.
  • Hear first-hand from other decision-makers on how they deal with the same challenges you face.
  • Leverage best practices to improve mailing effectiveness, efficiency and profitability.


Valued Customer,

On behalf of the United States Postal Service (USPS), I want to say thank you for being a loyal postal customer. It is a pleasure serving you with US Mail universal service and we truly look forward to you continuing to use the USPS for years to come. The USPS is committed to providing you the best products and services as you always supported the Postal Service. The United States Postal Service® (USPS) seeks to provide excellent service to its customers by partnering with suppliers that can provide innovative and agile supply chain solutions, deliver high-quality, cost-effective products and services, and demonstrate continuous improvement. We are committed to creating and fostering relationships with a diverse community of suppliers and businesses to deliver world-class service to our customers. We believe that by diversifying the USPS brand and a plethora of product lines, we are better able to meet customers’ needs. The National Postal Customer Council (PCC) was established in 1961 to improve communications between Postal Service customers and managers. The PCC® Program’s mission is to foster a close working relationship between the U.S. Postal Service and commercial mailers. Our goals are to share information about new and existing Postal Service business products, programs, services, and procedures. Through focused educational programs, the PCC® strives to help industry members and their organizations grow and develop professionally. PCC® no-cost 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. The United States Postal Service’s mission is to deliver timely, lean, and sustainable and reliable solutions with our business partners to provide the best value in support of the mission of the Postal Service. The USPS achieves this by forging strong, trusted business partner relationships, collaborating to meet their needs, and leveraging our collective capabilities to provide value-added solutions. The PCC® Program philosophy is Learn. Network. Grow. This is how the Postal Customer Council benefits your business. By joining the PCC network and becoming an integral part of the PCC Executive Board, you can build relationships, sustain a competitive advantage, gain inside access to products, services, and innovations and stay on the cutting edge of the United States Postal Service. 

Crystal Waltner