The new stamps can be used on letters sent to Santa, accepted as of today
North Pole And the September 15, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — With the release of new Holiday Elves Forever stamps today, the US Postal Service is celebrating the tremendous efforts of all holiday elves.
These stamps commemorate their unrivaled skills in product production, time management, problem solving, collaboration, and overall positivity – as well as their unparalleled logistical acumen.
And seriously, is there a better place in the world to personalize these stamps than here at Santa Claus’s North Pole home? We don’t think so either.
“The elves have worked hard here in preparation for the upcoming season as well as more than 650,000 postal service employees nationwide. The Postal Service is very proud of its role in offering holiday cards and packages,” he said. Michael C. Elston, secretary of the U.S. Postal Service Board of Governors, who served as dedicated administrator. “We know these new stamps will make the perfect addition to holiday greeting cards.”
Holiday Elves stamps are chartered, which means they work together as a single scene or as single images. Artist Don Clark He sketched his design first and then digitally created the final illustration. Antonio Alcala was the technical director.
Santa’s elves make toys, care for reindeer, maintain a sleigh, run the North Pole mailroom, and help Santa with a variety of other tasks. The mailroom website is huge! The elves sort the letters written to Santa and make sure each one of them is read by the big man.
USPS Operation Santa
Speaking of these letters to Santa, the Postal Service is celebrating the 110th anniversary of the beloved USPS Operation Santa this year. USPS Operation Santa provides an online channel where people can safely and securely help children and families take a magical vacation when they’re not – one message to Santa at a time. It allows individuals to adopt letters written to Santa and send thoughtful and honest gifts without revealing their identity.
USPS Operation Santa is not a guaranteed gift-giving program. It relies solely on random acts of kindness and the generosity of strangers. For more information visit USPSOperationSanta.com or usps.com/holidaynews.
“The USPS Santa process allows gracious customers to grant wishes for children and families in need for the holidays. The program is now accepting wish lists for this year’s program. We know this is earlier than usual, but we are very excited about the start of the season and we know that kids across the country are eager to write to Santa using These stamps are on the envelopes.”
Customers can purchase stamps and other philatelic products through Postal Store in usps.com/shopstampsby calling 844-737-7826, by mail United States of America Philatelic collectors or at post office locations nationwide.
By the way, holiday greeting cards should be sent out in only 10 weeks!
The Postal Service generally does not receive tax dollars for operating expenses and relies on the sale of postage, products, and services to fund its operations.
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