Displaying the power of mail
Will it surprise you to learn the Postal Service was one of the hits at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show?
CES brings technology enthusiasts and business leaders to Las Vegas to see the latest gadgets, including some that won’t hit the market for months. The 2015 show was the largest in history, drawing 150,000 attendees and more than 3,600 exhibitors.
USPS was one of the most popular exhibitors. Each day, hundreds of potential customers visited our booth to ship their purchases — and to learn about the power of mail.
For example, our display featured a station dedicated to digitally enhanced mail, which uses QR codes and other technology to bring traditional mailpieces to life.
Attendees could also play a memory game using Priority Mail and Priority Mail Express boxes and have their picture taken at our state-of-the-art photo booth, where they could create ready-made postcards using famous Las Vegas landmarks as a backdrop.
No less an authority than Time.com identified the Postal Service’s booth as one of the “most eye-catching.” The site described it as “a booth with a tasteful, boxy design, which perfectly captures the essence of packaging and shipping.”
Hey, we couldn’t have said it better ourselves! Check out some of the booth photos below: