Posted by Mark Wilder - email
TUSCALOOSA, AL (WSFA) - Beginning Saturday, April 17 two Post Offices in Alabama will offer an affordable and lasting tribute to the Crimson Tide's victory over the Texas Longhorns.
Postmarked by the United States Postal Service, this cachet collectible commemorates A-Day and another season of victory. Printed on silk and stamped with crimson foil, it is a memento that grabs attention and sparks conversation.
Fans of football can make it theirs beginning A-Day at the Tuscaloosa Post Office, 1313 22ND Avenue; and the University Station Post Office at 104 Ferguson Center.
The cachet costs $10 and supply is limited. Once they're gone, they're gone, say Postal officials.
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