CASETiFY Links Up with USPS for a New Tech Accessory Capsule

LOS ANGELES and HONG KONG, Oct 5, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Today, lifestyle brand CASETiFY announced a new collaboration with the United States Postal Service, introducing a collection of special edition tech accessories. The celebratory collaboration features USPS-licensed logos and recognizable icons on premium quality cases, launching worldwide on www.casetify.com/usps.

Known for its unexpected mashups and viral collaborations, tech accessory leader CASETiFY invites its community to shop the new USPS x CASETiFY collection—with original merchandise paying homage to the global connection and public service performed by the long-running organization. Accessories from the collection feature designs symbolizing postal pride, with an array of licensed artwork depicting stamps, packaging, logos and more to represent the USPS journey. The debut collection introduces 8 designs, including signature CASETiFY products like the Impact Case, Ultra Impact Case, and special edition Essential Case. The collection is available to shop now for iPhone cases, AirPods cases,

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Biden team encourages early voting with new USPS Snapchat campaign

On Wednesday, the Biden for President team will release a new Snapchat lens encouraging supporters to vote early in key swing states ahead of the US presidential election.

The Biden team will be the first campaign to employ Snapchat’s Marker technology. If users decide to use the lens in selfie mode, they will be covered in aviators and Biden-Harris merchandise, including a T-shirt, hat, and button. Once users flip the camera, they’re directed to aim it at a United States Postal Service logo. The logo could be on a mailer or a nearby mailbox. Once the USPS logo is scanned, fireworks go off with the message “Vote Early for Biden-Harris.”

As of last week, the Biden campaign is spending significantly more money on Snapchat compared to President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign, according to the progressive digital advertising firm Acronym. The Biden campaign spent nearly $740,000 on the platform whereas Trump’s

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New documents show Amazon is a $3.9 billion customer USPS can’t lose

  • Newly released documents obtained by American Oversight show that Amazon produced nearly $3.9 billion in revenue and $1.6 billion in profit for the USPS in the fiscal year of 2019.
  • USPS delivered 1.54 billion packages for Amazon during that time, or roughly 30% of the technology company’s total volume.
  • While President Donald Trump has been critical about USPS doing business with Amazon, the numbers make it clear that the retail giant is generating much-needed profit for the Post Office.
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Recently released documents show that Amazon accounted for a good chunk of the money the USPS brought in just one year ago.

A slew of financial statements and emails obtained by American Oversight show that Amazon accounted for nearly $3.9 billion in revenue and $1.6 billion in profit for the postal service in the fiscal year of 2019, the Washington Post reported. 

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USPS Troubles Threaten Small Business Owners

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To cope with the recession brought on by the pandemic, many small-business owners have turned to online sales to boost revenue, relying on the U.S. mail to deliver their goods to customers. But that may be in jeopardy as the Postal Service faces financial hardship and finds itself in the middle of a political fight.

Without the USPS services they rely on, some entrepreneurs say they’d be forced to use private shipping companies at much higher rates, and potentially have to pass that cost on to customers.      

The USPS has lost $80 billion since 2007, as Americans abandoned written mail in favor of email and social

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