ANCHORAGE (AP) -- The United States Postal Service says customers wanting a North Pole postmark on their holiday cards and letters are facing a Dec. 15 deadline.
The Postal Service says to receive a North Pole postmark customers should purchase stamps at any post office and affix them to the envelopes.
The letters should be placed in a larger envelope addressed to North Pole Christmas Cancellation, Postmaster, 5400 Mail Trail, Fairbanks, Alaska, 99709-9999.
The envelopes must arrive in Fairbanks by Dec. 15 so that the North Pole postmark can be processed.
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