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Postal Service anticipates plenty of cards in the mail

Racks of Christmas cards at Tracy's Hallmark card shop in Rotterdam.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Racks of Christmas cards at Tracy's Hallmark card shop in Rotterdam.
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Even though fewer people are using first-class mail in general, relying instead on email and social networking sites, the tradition of sending Christmas cards remains strong. “We still do get a lot of Christmas cards,” said Dan Reilly, Saratoga Springs postmaster. “Are you going to send Grandma an email?” he asked. He said a Christmas card sent through the mail “means more — you took the time. “It shows that you care,” Reilly said. The ...


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