Video: USPS “In Priority We Trust” campaign backfires
BUFFALO, NY — In the front room of the U.S. Post Office on Genesee Street, there’s a bright, red-white-and-blue sign with a recognizable phrase splattered on the top of it.
"In Priority We Trust."
The sign remains standing at that downtown location, but a source tells 2 On Your Side the sign has been removed at another location. In fact, at locations across the United States, the United States Postal Service has begun retracting these signs after "customers voiced concerns," perhaps because the phrase too closely resembles "In God We Trust." That’s the motto printed on U.S. coins and currency, enacted originally under President Dwight Eisenhower in 1955.