Video – New USPS “We go everywhere” TV campaign begins

The Postal Service launched a TV advertising campaign this week.

The 30-second commercial, “We Go Everywhere,” shows real-life USPS employees delivering mail and packages in a variety of settings, set to the tune of Johnny Cash’s “I’ve Been Everywhere.”

The commercial also features the organization’s next-generation delivery vehicle, which is slated to roll out in 2023.

The words “Delivering for America” — the name of the Postal Service’s 10-year plan to achieve financial sustainability — appear at the end of the ad.


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I enjoyed your commercial with Jonny Cash, and I had to recall the tracking report for a package that has been touring the country after in fact the package has been here in my city twice since February 20th. Just a great comparison and I can send you the tracking report if you would like to use it in an upcoming commercial.

I’m a big fan of the USPS. I love the commercial because it features real-life letter carriers and Johnny Cash.

For the amount of money spent on the commercials, would it not have made better sense to utilize those funds for the postal workers themselves? Absolute waste of money! That’s why our prices for the holidays are going up… GTFO DeJoy