The USPS & Valentines Day Shipping- One Sweet Deal

Feb. 4, 2010

The USPS & Valentines Day Shipping- One Sweet Deal



Take the guesswork out of shipping your Valentine’s gifts with Priority Mail Flat Rates. Whatever fits in the box or envelope ships for one low rate—anywhere in the United States. There's virtually no weighing or calculating. And your packages reach their destination in 2-3 days.


For customers mailing those last minute Valentines Day cards & gifts, not to worry, the Greenfield Post Office offers Express Mail Flat Rate Envelopes for one low rate to any state. The USPS offers guaranteed overnight Express Mail delivery to most locations or your money back. It is the fastest way to send your Valentine packages.


A bell is no bell 'til you ring it,

a song is no song 'til you sing it,

and love in your heart…wasn’t put there to stay -

love isn’t love...'til you give it away. - Anonymous


Stop by the Greenfield Post Office and let our caring Retail Associates assist you with your shipping needs. Now that’s one “sweet deal”.


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