Repackaging The Post Office

Facilities are getting face-lifts, clerks are getting friendlier

When retired CIA analyst William R. Dodge stopped at Furr's supermarket in Albuquerque on Dec. 22, his shopping list included butter, chocolate chips, nuts, and postage stamps. Stamps? Sure. Overnight delivery, too. The Albuquerque facility is one of eight that the U.S. Postal Service recently has tucked inside popular retail outlets around the country.

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