The Priority Mail Flat-Rate Box t-shirt is not only a great advertisement for the Postal Service, it’s also tough as iron.
Just ask Dennis Loch.
Loch suffered two broken ribs and his heart and lungs were bruised. When the paramedic tried to cut his t-shirt off, Loch protested “No way. I can’t replace this shirt.” In spite of the pain, he got up and gently peeled the t-shirt off.
As it turns out, the shirt could be replaced, courtesy of Northland District customer relations manager Jennie Clark. Loch’s original t-shirt is enjoying a well-deserved retirement.
But what about the cow? “She was too big to fit so she did not ship,” Loch says.