Honor a Hero

Honor a hero

Many extraordinary accomplishments are achieved by exceptional people every day. Whether it’s a school teacher who goes the extra mile for his students, a military member who bravely served her country, a first responder who saved the life of a family member, or any other everyday hero, these unique individuals make a big difference in the lives of others.

To honor their accomplishments, the Postal Service released the 2014 Everyday Cards for Everyday Heroes collection last month. The cards provide a way to express gratitude for the tremendous contributions of remarkable people.

The distinctive card collection is available now through Nov. 11 at select Post Offices, and comes with a variety of messages and designs for that special person.

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Everyday Hero

There are many people all around us that manage to accomplish extraordinary things every day. Whether it’s a school teacher who goes the extra mile for his students, a soldier who bravely serves her country with honor during tough times or someone who just happens to be at the right place at the right time when someone else needs his help.

Everyday heroes are a big part of why this country is such a great place to live. To honor their accomplishments, the Postal Service released the 2012 Everyday Cards for Everyday Heroes collection. The cards provide a way for people to express their gratitude for the tremendous contributions of those who deserve recognition.

The cards are available for $2.95 at select Post Offices or online at USPS.com.

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