Daily Press to start mail delivery
ESCANABA — Beginning Monday, Sept. 14, The Daily Press will be delivered to its subscribers by the U.S. Postal Service.
This announcement comes after weeks of meetings with high-level postal officials to arrange for same-day delivery of your newspaper.
“We are happy to be able to partner with the U.S. Postal Service to deliver our newspaper daily in the safest and most dependable way,” said Corky DeRoeck, publisher of The Daily Press. “Newspapers across the country are turning to mail delivery as the costs associated with mail delivery have become more attractive.”
DeRoeck said many of The Daily Press readers will receive their newspapers earlier in the day at their homes with mail delivery. Those experiencing problems with their mail delivery should contact The Daily Press circulation department at 906-786-2021.
“For more than 111 years, The Daily Press has brought its readers the news and features they want and expect. This is our mission. It always has been and always will be,” said Brian Rowell, Daily Press editor.