USPS Giving Away Leftover Letter Carrier Bobbleheads

bobbleheadWe have a box of Letter Carrier bobble heads left over from several years ago.
Here’s your chance to win one.
What does mail mean to you?

Do you have a favorite letter you have kept for years?

Or some favorite greeting cards you’ve kept in a box?
Is there a momentous letter that changed your whole life?
Send your response along with your name and address (so we can send the bobble head)
by clicking the link below:Your Postal Blog Bobblehead Giveaway

25 thoughts on “USPS Giving Away Leftover Letter Carrier Bobbleheads

  1. This is the only thing that the post office will give away.Everything else they’ll take away.The unions and congress are selling us out.Wake up brothers and sisters!!

  2. my husband was a letter carrier,who has since passed away, He loved his job and his customers loved him which i know from all the letters they sent me, Cards and letters should not be a thing of the past , they are so nice to recieve, if only the younger generation could see this. i too work for the p.o. as a clerk, and hope i still have a job to retire from. god bless and good luck to all p.o. employees as we go through this uncertain and diifercult time.

  3. Unhappy with APWU? Unhappy with the contract? Unhappy with the level of representation you’re getting? Unhappy with loss of 40 hour jobs?

    OCCUPY APWU at the 2012 Convention in Los Angeles (August 20-24) at the Westin Bonaventure Hotel (404 S Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA)


    Shut up and keeping paying dem dues! And, by the way…stay in line all you lemmings!

  4. The most treasured piece of mail I received was a birthday card sent out right before my Grandmother Weller passed away. She died in early December, but had dropped my Birthday card in the mail before she passed, even tho my birthday was not until December 23.

  5. i keep the cards that my mother sends me from new york. she is now 89 years old and her cards are extremely special to me. emails dont have the same effect.
    thank you, postal service !!

  6. I am a retired Postmaster, the Postal Service was the best thing for my famiy and myself. I loved to see all of our custmers when they received there SS Checks on a monthy basis. This is a service that is going away , because of direct deposit. My joy was to see all americans picking up there check on the 1st was a great site.

  7. i would like to know if there might be any of these bobbleheads depicting gentleman of a darker persuasion?

  8. The Motto of the day:

    ” First to the job, second to the slot , The Postal Service Keeps America Moving”!

  9. I am thankful for the post office and carriers everyday. My father was killed over 40 years ago whlie serving in the army. My dad sent me cassette tapes in which he gave me good directions for later in my life. If it were not for the carriers, this would be a special gift that I wouldn’t have. I can now listen to my fathers vioce when ever I want. THANK YOU CARRIERS.

  10. I was a clerk and part-time carrier. for 13 years. I respect the post office for all the hard work it does. Please send me a bobblehead..

  11. I am a retired Postmaster and Manager , my dad was a Letter Carrier and all of my uncles – I truely come from a Postal Family

    What does mail mean to you? The Postal Service is America – Our American mail service is older than our declaration of independance it was established on July 26, 1775 and has been critical to the American people everyday since. Mail has linked our people together for hundreds of years and it still does today.
    Do you have a favorite letter you have kept for years? I have some letters from the early 1800s that a neighbor gave me. The art of ( (writing) penmenship taught in schools long ago is evident in these letters. The paper, writing and wording is so rich in history and art

    Thanks to the Post Office and now the Postal Service

  12. I keep a letter that my Mom wrote to me while i was in Navy boot camp. it encourages me and very uplifting. I am now a Letter Carrier in Texas. I would love and respect my bobble head Letter Carrier.

  13. I am a letter carrier and wake up everyday to deliver mail to hundreds of people.
    I love my job very much and I feel blessed to have it and to work for the USPS.
    So yes mail is very special and important to me. I would love a bobble head. Thank you

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