September 8, 2008

White House Greetings

Although most people would prefer to get a Skeese Greets bike birthday card, you can also have a b-day wish sent from the White House. They'll only send to newborns & to those over 80. Here's how to do it:

For newborns send the following information:
Baby's name, address, birth date
&
requestor's name and daytime phone number to:

The White House
Attn: Greetings Office
Washington, D.C. 20502-0039

Or Fax Your Request To:
202-395-1232

Or for the easy online way do it HERE.

The White House will also send a birthday greeting to any U.S. citizen 80 years or older.


You must submit your request 6 weeks in advance. Include the name, age, birth date and complete address of the recipient and the telephone number of the person making the request.

Mail Requests To:
The White House
Attn: Greetings Office
Washington, D.C. 20502-0039

Or Fax Your Request To:
202-395-1232
Or do it online HERE.

If I knew someone older than 80, I would definitely do this for them. Or if I was over 80, I would have one sent to myself every year. I'd better mark it in the Outlook Calendar now so I don't forget.




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