Tuesday, October 7, 2008

~I Love this Town

Have your wedding invitations bare a postmark from one of a dozen “love themed” post
offices across the nation. Tell your loved-ones and friends that they’re really special. The uniquely designed postmark chronicles this timeless keepsake – making it as special as the correspondence itself.
Having your cards and letters postmarked with affection is simple. Simply enclose pre-stamped, pre-addressed envelopes (envelopes should each have 43-cent postage; postcards, 35-
cents) and mail in a large stamped envelope to:
(Town Name) Re-mailing
City, State ZIP Code
Customers can use a larger envelope and mail their envelopes using Express Mail Service (1-2 day.

It is important to include a return address and ZIP Code. If you don’t know the ZIP Code, don’t
guess: call 1-800-ASK-USPS or go online to www.usps.com.

Post Offices Offering Unique "love" Postmarks~

Bliss, NY 14024 -- Postmaster Rosemary Phillippi (585-322-7740),
Heart Butte, MT 59448 -- Postmaster Athena Mosxona, (406-338-2399)
Loveland, CO 80538 -- Loveland Postal Supervisor Cathy Minter (970-613-0756).
Loveville, MD 20656 -- Postmaster, Eva Hall (301-475-5243),
Loving, NM 88256 -- Postmaster, Charlotte Brewer (505-745-3611).
Romance, AR 72136 -- Postmaster, Nancy Schnebelen (501-556-5911)
Romeo, MI 48065 – Postmaster, Alex Stubbs (810-752-3823).
Sugar City, CO 81076 - Postmaster, Rudy Terrones (719-267-3333).
Valentine, NE 69201 – Postmaster, Rick Bordeaux (402-376-1540).
Valentine, TX 79854 -- Postmaster Maria Carrasco (915-467-2912)
Valentines, VA 23887 -- Postmaster Denise Evans (434-577-2456),