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From United States Postal Service
LOUISVILLE, KY — The Postal Service Mobile Unit will be in full operation at Churchill Downs in the Grandstand area from Thursday, May 2 through Saturday, May 5.
NEW THIS YEAR:
- Your lovely Derby hat getting on your nerves? Mail it home in a 24” X 20” x 12” box for a $20 flat fee (box included)
- What about those shoes? Use the 14” X 7.5” X 5” box f you’d rather mail them than wear them another minute. $10 flat fee (box included)
- A 6” X 6” X 7” box is perfect for shipping those mint julep glasses - $5 flat fee (box included)
- Limited edition commemorative envelopes and postmarks created by Ingrid Design specially for the running of the 139th Kentucky Oaks and Derby
- U of L commemorative envelopes and matted art celebrating the 2013 Sugar Bowl victory, Men’s NCAA 2013 Basketball Championship, and Women’s Basketball Final Four appearance.
- The past fifteen years of Kentucky Derby collectible commemorative envelopes, including Mine that Bird, Street Sense, Funny Cide and our special In Memory of Barbaro.
- Secretariat framed art via mail order starting at $50
Traditional products and services offered include:
- Special cancellation postmark applied to souvenir programs, tickets or other items with First-Class postage affixed.
- U of K Mens 2012 NCAA Championship envelopes
- Flat-Rate Priority package services
Kentuckiana District Marketing Manager Alisa Zanetti is encouraging customers to “tweet your mailing experience or let it be known to whom you are mailing a postcard or package at #homeofthegreatesttwomintuesinsports40208.”
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