The USPS Delivers Gifts

Participating in the time honored tradition of sending a greeting card for Father’s Day let’s your dad know he is your top priority. Father’s Day 2014 is almost upon us once again, ushering in the time of year dads are to be celebrated! It’s a time when many of us have the privilege to thank our Dads for all they have done and many of us chose to thank dad with a greeting card.According to the Greeting Card Association 90 million Father’s Day cards are purchased during this time of year. So if you are lucky enough to be counted in that 90 million, when heading out to purchase your Father’s Day greeting card, this year, think about purchasing it at your local Post Office!That’s right the U. S. Postal Service offers 20 assorted Father’s Day cards reasonably priced from $2.50 to $3.95, easy to select, stamp and send with one quick stop to the PO. The selections feature sentiments from charming to cheerful, from sappy to serious. Plus shoppers can delight in a variety of designs, patterns and graphics rivaling greeting cards found at any retailer.For those that want to include a little something besides your signature? Why not add an American Express Gift Card? Also available at post offices nationwide in denominations of $25 to $50 dollars—or any dollar amount from $25 up to $100. What dad wouldn’t love to find a gift card nestled inside a greeting card? It’s a one size fits all, no wrapping required easy way to send some love. A little Father’s Day HistoryMrs. Sonora Dodd of Washington first proposed the idea of a Father’s Day in 1909. Mrs. Dodd wanted a special day to honor her father William Smart, a Civil War veteran, who was widowed when his wife died in childbirth with their sixth child.The first Father’s Day was observed on June 19, 1910 in Spokane, Washington and soon after, other North American cities were celebrating their own “Father’s Day”. From history to present day Father’s everywhere deserve to be celebrated. A greeting card from the USPS is a great way to begin. For Father’s day or any occasion we sell a complete line of greeting cards and – the USPS does not charge sales tax! Offering choice, convenience and saving you money, that’s what today’s U.S. Postal Service delivers for you.Wishing you a very happy Father’s Day from the U.S. Postal Service!

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