Advance prepping for switch to mail delivery


With The Daily Advance set to switch to delivery by U.S. mail on Sept. 1, subscribers with post office boxes are being asked to contact the newspaper as soon as possible to ensure continued delivery.

Subscribers should either call 252-329-9505 or email their post office box information to, said Nathan Kohan, regional director of audience development for Adams Publishing Group Eastern North Carolina.

The newspaper, which is currently delivered by carriers, is switching to delivery by the U.S. Postal Service on Sept. 1, citing a need to ensure same-day delivery to all subscribers.

“This is a necessary step to ensure that our delivery process becomes more reliable than ever while still maintaining same day service,” said Sean O’Brien, The Daily Advance’s general manager.

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