Montana has Canada on its northern border and is home to just over 1.0 million people with a density of just 7.1 persons per square mile. The spread out area of Montana can make buying postage stamps a little more difficult than in more populated states.
The land mass is quite extensive covering 147,042 square miles and though some areas built up providing postal services to more rural areas of Montana is a challenge that the USPS has to overcome.
They have managed to do this by allowing outside companies to help provide their services to customers, encompassing leading retailers, grocers, pharmacies, bookstores and many more such businesses that help bring postage services to the people.
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The overall service that the USPS has offered over the last few hundred years has been exemplary to say the least and with some of the most committed individuals working for them at the moment, they have brought a new dimension of how services are offered and used in the 21st century.
Though Montana is thinly populated it boasts of some of the best natural tourist attractions available in the country and draws many to the state annually.
Glacier National Park, Big Sky Resort, Bear Tooth Highway, Little Big Horn Battlefield are just some of the many tourist attractions which the State of Montana could boast of.
Montana also takes pride in being the first United State to elect a woman to the United States Congress when they sent Jeannette Rankin of Missoula, Montana on November 9th 1969, to the House of Representatives.
The terrain is quite difficult in Montana but this does not dampen the spirits of the men and women who serve the United States Postal Service. They take it in their stride and ensure that every mail and package given to them reaches its addressee.
The USPS has also ensured that they serve every citizen to the best of their abilities and have extended their services through registered and appointed business outlets that are closer to the people which makes accessibility easier and more convenient to all.
Therefor wherever you may be in Montana there is likely a USPS outlet close ensuring you are served well and efficiently too.