GreenLight and the U.S. Postal Service Deliver a First Class Agreement
Indianapolis (Sept. 28, 2016) GreenLight Collectibles is excited to announce their newest licensing agreement with the United States Postal Service.
The United States Postal Service traces its roots back to 1775, when Benjamin Franklin was appointed the first Postmaster General. Under Franklin’s watch, the Post Office Department was created in 1792 which later evolved into the United States Postal Service 179 years later. Today USPS operates over 211,264 vehicles and owns the largest civilian vehicle fleet in the world – vehicles in which GreenLight hopes to bring to the hands and collections of its customers and fans!
GreenLight hopes that this license will help collectors across the world by putting their stamp of approval on the fleet of new products. One of the first projects in the works includes:
1:64 Scale Grumman Long Life Vehicle (Grumman LLV)
With all of the excitement around this agreement, GreenLight employees are enthusiastic to work with USPS to produce authentic, quality products. GreenLight Marketing and Licensing Coordinator Alina Cappadora said, “We’re constantly seeing requests to make USPS vehicles and we can’t wait for collectors to see what we can do with this license – it’s very exciting.”
GreenLight Collectibles is a premier manufacturer and marketer of authentic die-cast vehicle replicas, scale figures and other automotive-related products. GreenLight replicas are produced under various themes in 1:18, 1:24, 1:43 and 1:64 scales and are officially licensed by the world’s premier automotive and entertainment companies, including General Motors, Ford Motor Company, Chrysler Group LLC, Volkswagen AG, Honda Motor Co., Nissan North America, Airstream, Fleetwood, Winnebago Industries, Gulf, Shell, NYC & Co., Warner Bros., Carroll Shelby Licensing, Paramount Studios, AMC, Universal Studios, Eleanor Licensing LLC, The US Army, Elvis Presley Enterprises, The Steve McQueen Foundation, Sony Pictures, and the Verizon IndyCar Series.