Eureka! USPS has done it once more, for the 700th time.Recently USPS hit a point of reference by opening the 700th Town Post Office (VPO) situated in San Francisco Locale in Eureka, CA, inside Scrapper’s Edge The Duplicate Shop and Scrapbook Shop.Scrapper’s Edge, is the ideal place for inhabitants and guests to pickup stamps and mail letters, bundles, critical photographs and postcards. Clients can likewise deal with their printing and business administrations while mailing and delivering at the new VPO.VPOs are normally situated in set up organizations giving them the additional retail preferred standpoint of giving clients advantageous access to the postal items and administrations utilized regularly by consumers.Scraper’s Edge proprietor Sondra Kirtley joined Pacific Zone VP Dignitary Granholm, San Francisco Area Administrator David Stowe and Eureka Postmaster Mary Hopkins, in cutting the amazing opening ribbon.The Scrapper’s Edge VPO will offer Perpetually stamps, prepaid bundles and Need Mail Level Rate boxes. Scrapper’s Edge is open from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday through Friday and 10 a.m.to 5 p.m. on Saturdays.The Postal Administration reported the VPO idea in July 2011 as an approach to build access to postal items and administrations in provincial groups over the nation.To date, there are more than 700 VPOs open in the Assembled States. The Scrapper’s Edge VPO is the first to be opened in Humboldt Province.