Wednesday, October 5, 2016 to Friday, October 7, 2016
Tan Tar A Resort
Tan Tar A Estates Boulevard
Osage Beach, MO 65065
Wednesday will be the first ever PCC Biathlon. Join us for a competitive afternoon of mini golf and bowling. All these activities followed by the Wednesday night social hour will be held on the grounds of Tan Tar A.
Thursday’s classes are some of the best of the best. Mark Fallon has created a brand new session “It All Starts With the Address.” We have recruited two gentlemen from Kansas City to conduct an Active Shooter class as well as a new session devoted to retirement. After the business sessions we invite you to join us in the vendor hall for personal consultation on the material that was covered in those sessions. Following dinner Thursday we will be inviting our guests to join us for an evening of entertainment and dessert aboard our Tropic Island Cruise. Paul Larimore and Will Wooten from Shelter Insurance have graciously agreed to serve as our entertainers on the boat.
Friday our special guest will be Vice President of Sales for the United States Postal Service, Cliff Rucker.
We hope you can make it!
Central Missouri PCC
The first postal rate change of 2016 is upon us. Learn more about what this means below:
On January 17, 2016, U.S. Postal Service (“USPS”) will be raising shipping rates for the first time in 3 years. However, the rate adjustments are only part of the story....(Read More)
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Senate Causes Crisis for US Postal Service: A Call to Action
A great article by Mark Fallon on the Berkshire Company Blog. A short introduction to the article and link to read it in full is below:
Last year, I wrote a letter to my United States Senators(Elizabeth Warren and Edward Markey) about the need for the Senate to confirm President Obama’s nominees to the U.S. Postal Service (“USPS”) Board of Governors. Senator Warren’s staff didn’t think that my letter warranted a response. One of Senator Markey’s aidescalled my office to share the senator’s support for this issue. He believed that some of the nominees would be confirmed during the “lame duck” session after the elections.