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5 Tips for Taking Care of Your US Postal Uniforms

When you are a USPS worker, you are required to wear uniforms as it gives as impression of professionalism and competence. Most importantly, it allows the public to identify you as a USPS employee. How you take care of your uniform often plays an important role in how the general public perceives you and your organization. Even though most manufacturers produce high-quality, easy-care garments, you still need to maintain them properly to get the most value out of them and to help them look good and last for a long time. Here are a few things you should do...Read more


Benefits Of Waterproof Shoes For Letter Carriers

The United States’ postal service sector has undergone a sea of change over the last few centuries. What began with mail carriers on horseback has now transformed into a nationwide postal service company, with uniformed personnel in postal clerks’ shirts in the post offices and ubiquitous white trucks to deliver mail. Now, it harnesses the potential of technology to make sure that you get your goods and letters on time! But letter carriers still have a lot of work cut out for them...Read more


3 Things You Should Consider When Buying Postal Uniforms

If you are a postal employee, finding the right uniform for yourself can be a little intimidating, especially, if you are buying uniforms for the first time. Because there is a limited budget, and a lot of options available in terms of products and vendors, it can be overwhelming to figure out how to get the best value for your dollar. Well, you are not the only who has been in this situation. In this blog, we are listing 3 things that you should consider when you are shopping for postal uniforms, whether online or in person...Read more


Why Buy Thorlo Compression Socks: Benefits of Compression Socks for Postal Employees

Most people tend to think “I am too young to wear them” when they hear of compression socks, but regardless of your age, they can be immensely beneficial. Today, compression socks are recommended by the vast majority of doctors for the numerous health perks that come with them. People who work at desk jobs or outdoor jobs that require walking or running, as in the case of postal employees, need to make compression socks an integral part of their work uniforms...Read more


There’s More To Postal Uniforms Than Meets The Eye

Next to sailors and marines, perhaps the most enthusiastic devotees of their uniforms are postal workers. The Postal Services’ reputation for honesty and integrity helps assure respect for its uniformed personnel on the street and in stations. Uniformed personnel would attest, “Uniform implies that you can be trusted, and so you are treated better.” There would seem to be wide agreement that the check provided by a uniformed postal worker will probably not bounce. The navy stripe of the letter carrier’s trousers, shorts, and culottes are like that of the military, and it  symbolizes in many ways a similar status..Read more
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