Package Coalition Launches $2.3 Million Media Campaign Urging Senators to Support Emergency Funding for USPS

Washington, DC – The Package Coalition, a diverse group of America’s leading retailers, e-commerce and logistics companies, has launched a $2.3 million media campaign in support of emergency relief funding for the U.S. Postal Service.

The ad will run initially in eight states on broadcast and cable television along with a 60-second radio ad in eight states – Florida, Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska, North Carolina, North Dakota, Utah and West Virginia.

“Keep USPS Delivering” urges Americans to call their Senators in support of the Postal Service Emergency Assistance Act. This legislation would create a $25 billion fund to restore financial stability for the Postal Service, which has faced declining revenue, increased emergency costs and has been handling increased package volumes during the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Since the pandemic first shut down much of the United States, postal workers have been on the front lines delivering food, medications and other essential goods to the American people,” said Package Coalition Chairman John McHugh. “The Postal Service is crucial to the well-being of the American people and to our nation’s economy. We urge the Senate to pass  the Postal Service Emergency Assistance Act and protect the essential services that the Postal Service provides for all Americans.”

The TV ad can be viewed on YouTube here.

Source: Package Coalition Launches Initial $2.3 Million Media Campaign Urging Senators to Support Emergency Relief Funding for the U.S. Postal Service | Package Coalition