Postal Service Celebrates Romance on Valentine’s Day

Juliette Georgia and Romeo, Michigan Post Offices to provide romantic postmark

January 14, 2014 @USPS

JULIETTE, GA — For the 21st consecutive year, the Juliette, Georgia and Romeo, Michigan Post Offices will continue their celebrated alliance which offers the country and parts of the world a unique dual Valentine’s Day pictorial cancellation that features the theme of  Romeo and Juliet.

Hopeless romantics can have their valentine cards cancelled in Juliette, Georgia with this year’s official dual pictorial cancellation postmark. The cancellation highlights a silhouette of sweethearts expressing their love for the holiday.  This same unique cancellation will be applied on letters mailed in Romeo, Michigan.

Romeo and Juliette psotmark

To receive this special cancellation, enclose your stamped, addressed valentines in a larger envelope, and mail to:

Romeo and Juliette Valentine Cancellation
356 Bowdoin Rd.
Juliette GA 31046-9998

Mail-in requests must be postmarked no later than 30 days following the actual pictorial postmark date. In addition, please allow normal mailing time standards in order to guarantee timely delivery before Valentines Day.

Additional Information: Each year the Valentines Day cancellation receives an estimated four thousand letters for cancellation from 36 states and more than 200 cities in the United States. The cancellation also has international demand from Italy, France, and Japan. We have been interviewed live on radio stations in Seattle Washington, Sarnia Ontario, and BBC Radio in London England.      


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