Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Ben Franklin Kringle

This may look like Chris Kringle, better known as Santa Clause, but it's actually me, Benjamin Franklin aka Benny the Blogger. 

I'm getting in the holiday spirit and wanted to check out what's going on at the North Pole Post Office.

I found out you can once again send someone a special holiday greeting this year with the North Pole postmark on it.

To receive the special holiday postmark, customers should affix the correct postage to addressed envelopes and cards; then pack them in a larger envelope, box, Priority Mail or Express Mail package and send them to:

North Pole Holiday Cancellation
4141 Postmark Dr
Anchorage, AK 99530-9998

To ensure delivery by Christmas, all requests must be received in Anchorage by December 10. The service is provided at no cost.


Anonymous said...

I think is is a great service for all of the young kids. Mom's and dad's can send there card or letter up there for the post mark and the kid really thinks he got it from santa becuse of the post mark!!!

Anonymous said...

and think of the revenue!