The United States Postal Service has new merchandise thanks to Casetify.

License Global

November 7, 2020

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Casetify has teamed with the United States Postal Service to create phone cases inspired by the postal journey.

The partnership aims to bring revenue and additional business to the USPS during its continued fight to stay in operation.

“The Casetify team worked closely with USPS to reimagine their assets in a street style, normcore aesthetic, paying homage to the iconic colors and uniforms of our mail carriers,” a representative for Casetify told Yahoo Life. “Since Casetify's founding in 2011, the accessory brand has relied on the USPS to deliver millions of orders around the country. Every accessory from the collection includes licensed designs from the U.S. Postal Service, making this an official collaboration with the organization. Customers have reacted excitedly to the collection, making it a point to let us know on social media that they're proud to support USPS with official merch, as products tied to a message proves to be important to the Casetify community.”

Casetify recently partnered with other well-known brands including Heinz, Lisa Frank, Coca-Cola and Pokémon.

The USPS collection from Casetify is available now.

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