Marjorie Merriweather Post said it is looking to make the first postcard to the post office of all places in Ireland as part of a wider campaign to encourage the postal service to deliver more posters for every person born in the Republic.
The postcard will feature an original postcard that will be used by postmasters to mail postcards, letters and other postcards to those born in Ireland.
Ms Merricourt said the postcard is designed to celebrate the birth of someone from the Irish community.
“For many years, we have been working to ensure that the postcards we send out to our customers and post offices are a celebration of their birth,” she said.
“We have worked hard to find ways to honour the birth and to celebrate their contribution to the community.”
This is a great opportunity to create a new tradition and to create the perfect gift for your birthday.
“The postcards will be sent out to all postmasters across the country, as well as to other post offices across the world.
The company has also set up a website where customers can order their postcards.
The posters will be available for sale online from today.
“It’s a really positive thing to do.” “
I thought it was a wonderful opportunity to work with people who had made their mark and who had a positive impact on their communities and communities across Ireland,” she added.
“It’s a really positive thing to do.”
Ms Merrriweather said the company was already receiving a lot of positive feedback from customers.
“Our customers have been very positive and so have the postmasters,” she explained.
“They’re very excited to be a part of this.”
In 2017, a poster featuring the character Captain Kirk was printed by the Post Office in New York.
It was sent to the US post office to mark the 100th anniversary of the first voyage of the US Navy to the Pacific.
In 2017 the postcode of a postcard was printed on the back of a postage stamp in order to help encourage postal workers to keep the post in stock.
“The Post Office of Ireland has always worked hard on delivering a high quality postcard and this latest initiative reflects our commitment to honouring our own contribution to our communities,” Ms Merrieweather said.
Mar Jorie Merriff told TheJournal.ie that the poster will be printed on a 100% postcard.
“To commemorate the birth date of someone, we want to have a poster that will make them feel very special,” she continued.
“People who are born in a particular area of Ireland, whether it’s rural or urban, we need to celebrate them, not disrespect them.
It will be produced by hand in the postbox and will be a piece of art. “
This poster is a celebration that we are making in honour of someone born here in the last century.
Mar Joleen also said that the posters would be used for the local postmasters who do not have a physical post box, such as postmasters in urban areas. “
There is no money involved in the creation of the poster and the company are working hard to ensure it’s the best possible poster possible.”
Mar Joleen also said that the posters would be used for the local postmasters who do not have a physical post box, such as postmasters in urban areas.
“Some of the postboxes have already had some people who have been born here but have not been able to make it to post office, so this poster is the way we want people to celebrate our contribution to Ireland and the Republic,” she noted.
Mar joleen added that the company has created a website so customers can buy their posters.
“If people would like to order their poster from us online, we can do that,” she stated.
“However, we do not sell postcards directly to postmasters.”
The company also said it would be offering a special postcard for people born in other countries to help people celebrate their birthdays.
“At this stage, we are working on a list of countries that we would like people to be able to order a post card from.”
We will have posters for people who are not born in our country of origin, but are able to travel to one of these countries, such a Portugal or Spain, so we can celebrate their birthday here in Ireland,” Ms Joley said.