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USPS: Show Sports Teams Love Through Letter-Writing

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Updated: 2/08/2013 1:47 pm
This time of year is filled with expressions of love and devotion, and the United States Postal Service wants to give you the chance to extend those sentiments to your favorite college sports team.

They're promoting a throwback to the time before tweeting and tagging by encouraging Solid Blue fans to write a love letter to the Wildcats.

All you have to do is send your stamped letter by Tuesday to:

Alisa Zanetti
District Marketing Manager
P.O. Box 31611
Louisville, KY 40231-9611

The offer is also available to Cardinal fans.
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