Andrew Ridge began his career with L & D Mail Masters 11 years ago, in March.
Is your sales team eager to win back customers who haven’t ordered your product or service in a while?
Conference season is underway, so, we are here to introduce you to the top branded promotional products that we encourage you to use for your upcoming conferences and trade shows.
Meet the People behind the scenes. Our team exceeds 72 years of experience in the IT and Programing
L & D Mail Masters is full of motivated and dedicated employees. Today, we focus our attention to the Sales team to spotlight one of our very own Account Executives.
According to Visual.ly, 45% of Americans make New Year’s Resolutions. As we reported in last year’s New Year’s Resolutions for Better Business in 2018 blog, only 20% of New Year’s Resolutions make it past February.
On the 1st day of Christmas ...
It’s our duty, as a United States Postal Service partner, to help you get your packages to your customer, aunt, uncle, mom, dad, son or daughter before the Christmas holiday. Next week will be the busiest mailing and delivery days, in fact, according to the USPS, they expect to deliver nearly 200 million packages per week during the next two weeks! While packages will be delivered to door steps, greeting cards will be one of the most popular pieces of mail sent this month. The Postal Service expects to process and deliver nearly 3 billion pieces of First-Class Mail, including those holiday greeting cards.
As we are well into the 4th quarter of the year, most of us are running around wrapping up end of the year projects and getting a jump start on beginning of the year2019 plans. Today, we want to take a few moments to express gratitude for some of things what we are thankful for at L & D Mail Masters.
Happy November! The temperature is dropping, the leaves are falling and in the Midwest, we’re days away from turning our clocks back an hour. There are memes all over social media showing how quickly we go from “Happy Halloween” to “Merry Christmas” on the drop of a dime—or on a drop of a day, November 1st. It’s also a time when we feel the need to give thanks and give back!