This site has uniforms in extra small through 4X in all areas of service for the post office. Whether it be window service, vehicle, or letter carrier they sell sturdy, warm or cool, uniforms at low economical prices. There are also several excellent clearance items.
This site is more expensive, especially on accessory items like hats and carrier bags. However that is offset, by their amazing sales that include the full 10% allowance discount and free shipping on all allowance card items!
On the left side of the page click on shop online to access this treasure trove of uniform products. They boast the new rocky road training shoes in high top and low top. They have at 100% satisfaction guarantee return policy that way whatever doesn’t fit or doesn’t work can be returned! Also the biggest saver at this site is the fact that they don’t charge shipping and your uniforms will get to you quickly because it ships the same day its ordered.
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Early Retirement Option
APUW President William Burrus beseeched employees eligible for the early retirement option to now take the USPS up on that so quickly. He advised members to take as long as possible before deciding due to the fact that the life long annuity will be a great deal less and that staying on and enjoying the cost of living adjustments and regular salary increases will ultimately mean larger payments for the workers over the long term. “The USPS would save about $1 million in salary, benefits, and retirement annuity for each such employee,” he (Burrus) said. (APUW.org, 7-30-08). You might want to give that VER another look.
The APUW endorsed Senator Barack Obama (D-Illinois) for the presidency in April and in July he thanked the union for their endorsement and promised to continue to support union jobs and the help stabilize the cash-strapped and struggling postal service.
The 19th annual biennial convention will be held in Las Vegas, Nevada on August 18-22 with a post convention workshop on the 23rd of August.
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If you are, please take a look at this top selling list of 8 USPS exam study guides. As you can see from the previous post, AceYourPostalExam.com and PostalExam.biz has a great relationship with Amazon.com. Our partnership with Amazon has really grown over the last few months and because of this, Amazon was happy to provide us with special pricing for the Top 8, Best Selling Postal Exam books not related to the 470 or 473 exam.
We have been told by Amazon that the prices on the these books are the lowest they have ever been and PostalExam.biz is the only website with prices this low.
1. Custodial Maintenance Exam 916 - Postal Exam 916
2. General Maintenance Mechanic Exam 931 - Postal Exam 931
3. Electronics Technician Exam 932 - Postal Exam 932
4. Maintenance Mechanic Exam 933 - Postal Exam 933
5. Automotive Mechanic Exam 943 - Postal Exam 943
6. Automotive Technician Exam 944 - Postal Exam 944
7. Postal Machines Mechanic Exam 933 - Postal Exam 933
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It has been a while since we last posted our postal exam statistics and to be quite honest, we didn’t realize how popular these stats were until we took some time off. To our regular readers who took the time to shoot us a message asking for the stats, we’d like to say thanks. We are going to do our best to make the stats a monthly posting on PostalExam.biz. As we have been saying all year, our website AceYourPostalExam.com has been experiencing record growth in 2008 which makes us feel very warm and fuzzy inside. We have attributed our growth largely to word of mouth references and a huge uptick in our search engine ranking. We now regularly place in the Top 5 sites on Yahoo, the Top 10 sites on Google and Top 5 on Microsoft for the search term "Postal Exam".. This alone is proof that the major search engines now consider AceYourPostalExam.com a legitimate company in the Postal Exam industry. Obviously at the end of the day, the people most responsible for the tremendous growth at AceYourPostalExam.com are our customers. Thank you for your business!
The months of May and June were busy, here are the details:
May and June 2008, Top 10 States at AceYourPostalExam.com
1. New York Postal Exam: 801 People
2. California Postal Exam: 715 People
3. Florida Postal Exam: 353 People
4. North Carolina Postal Exam: 325 People
5. Texas Postal Exam: 323 People
6. New Jersey Postal Exam: 254 People
7. Pennsylvania Postal Exam: 246 People
8. Georgia Postal Exam: 231 People
9. Illinois Postal Exam: 219 People
10: Ohio Postal Exam: 214 People
If you are writing postal exams in any of these states be aware that there are many other people preparing for the exam. Compeitition will be strong. Good luck on your exam!
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At Ace Your Postal Exam we have helped quite literally 1000's of people pass their postal exam with our Silver and Gold Series exam packages. These packages have been specifically designed to prepare people for the 460, 473 and 473-C USPS exams. Over last the last few years we have had many people ask if we have or plan on developing postal mechanic practice exams. Although we are working on developing these exams our development team is still 6 to 8 months away from completing these packages.
In the mean time we recommend ordering the following the books if you are looking for any of the following practice postal exams:
Postal Exam 931 This exam is given to skilled maintenance workers. Inexperienced applicants are discouraged from testing. Postal Exam 932 This exam is given to potential electronic technicians. Inexperienced applicants are discouraged from testing. Postal Exam 933 This exam is given to potential Mail Processing Equipment Mechanics. Inexperienced applicants are discouraged from testing. Postal Exam 943/944 This exam obsoleted the Battery 940 and is given to experienced automotive mechanics. Inexperienced applicants are discouraged from testing.
The Postal Exam Facebook application has been in development for over 4 months now and has been changed many times during that period. Although our investment in the design and development of this new study tool has been extremely costly, the feedback we have gotten from a select group of AceYourPostalExam customers that have been testing the application has been extremely encouraging. Stay tuned to our blog for more information over the next week.
On another note:
For many months now, we have been receiving email from our customers at AceYourPostalExam.com of postal exam success stories. It truly warms our hearts to hear that people across the country appreciate the 100's of hours of work that we have put into our postal test study programs. As testament to our great customer base, we would like to sincerely say thank you for your past business and more importantly thank you for spreading the word about AceYourPostalExam.com. Thanks to our supportive clients, we have seen an over 220% increase, in year to date sales in 08 over 07. As part of our commitment to providing the very best online postal exam study tool, we will continually work to revolutionize the postal exam industry with new tools. The Facebook application is the first of three great products that we plan to release over the next 3 to 5 months.
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If your anything like the gang here at AceYourPostalExam.com, then it will probably horrify you to know that your hard earned tax dollars are subsidizing these kind of extravagant events for American postal service employees. I hope they didn't spill any steak sauce on their postal uniform because I'm sure the cleaning bill would have been a USPS expense.
Here is the story about the event written by Beth Kassab:
It seems the Postal Service lived it up one night at Ruth's Chris, ordering thousands of dollars worth of steak, seafood and, of course, top-shelf liquor. While this all seems like bad news for the postal workers and other government agencies cited in the report for excessive charges on government credit cards, Ruth's Chris is coming out looking as exclusive as ever.
These [charges] included liquid expenses such as Courvoisier, Belvedere and Johnnie Walker Gold Label, according to the GAO report. "Ruth's Chris is a very fine restaurant, and at a fine restaurant, you find fine products," said Gerry McKiernan, spokesman for the U.S. Postal Service.
It turns out the postal folks were here in Orlando to attend a convention. Perhaps the GAO isn't familiar with common convention practices. Companies send employees here from all over the country to eat, drink, network and spend lots of money doing it. It's a key component of the business plans for many of the restaurants that make up "Restaurant Row" along Sand Lake Road near International Drive (the location of the Ruth's Chris in question).
Let's face it,the GAO could probably turn up a lot of things if it wanted to hang out in Orlando and Las Vegas during peak convention months. Of course, the GAO's beef is that the Postal Service spent public government money. Which includes stamps, countered Gregory Kutz, author of the GAO report. "For the most part, my stamps helped pay for the dinner," he said. "Every time you lick a stamp, think about Ruth's Chris."
The U.S. Postal Service is freezing hiring at its headquarters and headquarters field units because of projected financial losses. Executive Vice President Anthony Vegliante announced the hiring freeze in a March 7 memo to postal executives.
Postal Service spokesman Gerry McKiernan said the freeze is directly related to rising expenses and expected financial losses in 2008. The Postal Service expects to lose $600 million in fiscal 2008, one year after it lost $5.1 billion.
Vegliante said the Postal Service will only consider hiring employees who are vital to continuing successful programs, raising new revenue, cutting costs or filling other critical needs. “We need to balance our investments in the programs and resources we manage with our challenging 2008 budget,” Vegliante said in the memo. The order does not affect hiring for bargaining unit positions.Written By: STEPHEN LOSEY, March 11, 2008
AceYourPostalExam.com has for the last few months been selling very limited quantities of Official AceYourPostalExam.com Clothing and we have finally decided to launch our new postal related business with two great looking products. As you can see below, we are selling a heavy weight sweatshirt and high quality cotton long sleeve t-shirt both silk screened with a modern postal logo.
Time for the wacky part of this post.....
We have had many people write us to tell us they passed there postal exam with high marks by studying at AceYourPostalExam.com. This in itself is not a surprise, we get those kinds of letters all the time. The surprise is that 4 people in the last month wrote and passed their postal exam while wearing the AceYourPostalExam.com long sleeve t-shirt underneath their regualr shirt for good-luck.
Now we are not hugely superstitious bunch at AceYourPostalExam.com but hey if one of our t-shirts is helps a person pass their postal exam who are we to argue. Now here is the big question: For only $22 bucks can you afford not wear the shirt when you write your USPS postal test?
For well under $50.00 you can purchase a postal test package at AceYourPostalExam and own a LUCKY t-shirt that has been blessed by the postal gods! : )
Our partnership with Amazon.com will ensure your postal clothing is always in stock and shipped next-day. To order your shirt click on the image below.