Tony B. Sandberg
Steve Krejcik
 Pitney Bowes
The West Michigan PCC serves as an open channel for USPS®-to-business communication, providing information and best practices for achieving cost-effective and profitable mailing, education and training, as well as solving local challenges. Through regular meetings, educational programs, mailer clinics, and seminars, West Michigan PCC members learn about the latest postal products and services that may help them grow their business.
  Aaron Helmholdt
WMPCC Secretary
Enterprise  Envelopes
Michael Maguire
Microplex  Printware
Scott Smith
WMPCC Treasurer
Georgann Dix
Janelle Kamp-Jasulaitis
WMPCC Industry Co-Chair
Farmers Insurance
 WMPCC Postal Co-Chair

West Michigan Postal Customer Council Board
                       Whitecaps night game 

                                                   WMPCC UPCOMING EVENTS and Save the Dates
                                                      Register below to attend 
West MI PCC Holiday Gala – Learn about the USPS Operation Santa during lunch and then tour the Christmas trees from around the world

Date: December 2, 2022
Time: 11 AM – 3 PM
Place: Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park, 1000 East Beltline Ave. NE, Pfeiffer Room, Grand Rapids, MI 49525
For more information, please contact Tony B Sandberg at 616-954-6841 

Tony Sandberg has been in the mail industry for over 25 years. He has worked in the Postal Compliance department at Farmers Insurance for over 13 years. Tony has served in many different roles during his 20 years on the WMPCC board, serving as Industry Co-chair for the past 8.  He also sits on several National PCC committees.

More information coming soon!  
Any questions call Ladonna Smith 313-255-5481 or Tony B Sandberg 616-954-6841

Date:September 23 2022 11am - 3pm EST.
Cost: $30.00 Per Person
Vendor Table Cost: $200.00 Includes 2 Lunches, Table/2 chairs and a Banner.
Speaker: USPS Shavon Keys, Vice President Sales 

Proper Footwear is required*

8-8 Footwear
The shoes must:
a. Be fully enclosed at the heel, toe, and sides.
b. Be constructed of leather or a substantial synthetic poromeric material. Canvas or nylon is not acceptable.
c. Provide adequate protection to the feet.
Heels and soles of all shoes should be slip-resistant. Heels with steel taps must not be allowed on the workroom floor.
8-8.4 Unacceptable Shoes
Sandals, clogs, platforms, sneakers, athletic or jogging shoes without leather or poromeric uppers, mules, house slippers, boots with under-slung heels, open-toed, high-heeled (more than 1½ inches), or spike-heeled shoes are unacceptable for use in postal operations.

  * Please Save The Date for this joint event hosted by Detroit and West Michigan PCC's at the National Distribution Center (NDC) located at 17500 Oakwood Blvd. Allen Park MI 48101.