April 12, 2018
 
The business experience of Robert F. Bernstock has included leadership positions with a number of companies in both the public and private sectors. For instance, he once held a leadership role with the largest public agency in the world, the United States Postal Service. For about two years, Bob Bernstock was President of the Mailing and Shipping Services Division of the agency, where he oversaw more than $70 million in revenue. The fact is, it is his track record in several industries over a career well into its third decade that has shown al everyone that Robert F. Bernstock understands the best strategies and practices that can improve any organization.

Robert F. Bernstock has received endorsements in many business skills, in part due to his accomplishments in business. After all, he has been an executive officer and/or a director with many companies, including some in the Fortune 1000. He even spent two years in a leadership role with the United States Postal Service. There, he served as President of the Mailing and Shipping Services Division, where he led a team that developed and marketed the Priority Mail Flat Rate box. That team also created the marketing tagline, “a simpler way to ship.” At the time, the USPS oversaw more than $70 billion in revenue.
October 25, 2017
 
If nothing else, business executive Robert F. Bernstock has a lot of experience to draw upon. In fact, he has enough experience that he sometimes does several jobs at the same time. For example, for a couple years recently, Bob was both Chairman and CEO of USCI Company, at the same time he was President and CEO of Medical Services Associates, LLC since 2015. That’s a lot of work, but at the same time, he completed a five-year contract as a consultant for Central Garden and Pet Company, which is a leading national marketer of pet products and home landscaping products.

Prior to that adventure, from 2008 through 2010, Robert F. Bernstock also served as President of the Mailing and Shipping Services Division of the United States Postal Service. While he was there. The Postal Service had sales revenue of well over $70 billion and he was a leader in the development and marketing of the extremely popular Priority Mail Flat Rate box, which featured the marketing tagline, “a simpler way to ship.”