USPS Holiday Slowdown

MyFEDBenefits wants to celebrate all postal employees who work tirelessly throughout the USPS holiday slowdown.

The holiday season brings lots of joy and cheer, and lots of extra work for the United States Postal Service.

And due to the large influx of packages that need to be mailed throughout November and December, it becomes increasingly harder for postal workers to keep up, which often results in a USPS holiday slowdown.

MyFEDBenefits knows how tirelessly the United States Postal Service works throughout the winter – through rain, sleet, snow, and shine. We understand how hard the USPS works to deliver those packages on time, and appreciate everything you do through the USPS holiday slowdown and through the rest of the year.

In the spirit of the holiday season, we are hosting a special giveaway on our Facebook page.

And since it’s the season of giving, we’re asking you to nominate a fellow postal worker to win!

Head over to our Facebook page and comment on any of the giveaway posts with a favorite memory or heart-warming story about one of your coworkers.

Share why you think they deserve to win something extra special this year for a chance for both of you to win!

10 lucky winners will receive a prize pack that includes a Starbucks gift card and MyFEDBenefits fuzzy hat to keep you warm this winter.

In the spirit of the holiday season, MyFEDBenefits is hosting a special giveaway for USPS workers. And since it's the season of giving, they're asking you to nominate a fellow postal worker to win! Find out how to enter here:Click To Tweet

From all of us at MyFEDBenefits, we are honored to celebrate all USPS employees this holiday season.

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