The U.S. Postal Service would like to invite you to take a photo while you are mailing your Christmas cards and tweet a message about why you send them using the hashtags #sendjoy and #usps.
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Share your Christmas card mailing moment on Twitter

By the U.S. Postal Service
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Greeting cards are one of the most anticipated gifts of the holiday season — a tradition dating back more than 200 years. 

They are colorful, personal and last all season long. From photo cards, yearly round-up letters and cards expressing religious beliefs, they are the best way to connect with faraway friends, family and loved ones you may only hear from once a year. They are also the perfect way to thank the professionals in your life, remember neighbors and co-workers. 

Another great reason to send Christmas cards is to remember military service members stationed away from home during the holiday season. 

Nothing comes close to the Christmas card mail moment — the touch and feel of a card followed by displaying the greeting in your home or office all during the holiday season. 

The U.S. Postal Service would like to invite you to take a photo while you are mailing your Christmas cards and tweet a message about why you send them using the hashtags #sendjoy and #usps.

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