Whether you are living in the State of Indiana or are on holiday enjoying its weather and breathtaking sights you sometimes want to share your thoughts with someone close to your heart.
Whether that person is within the State of Indiana or elsewhere, maybe even thousands of miles across the ocean there is no better way show someone that you are thinking about them then by sending them a letter.
After writing the letter you need not worry about where to post it while in Indiana as there are ample United States Postal Service (USPS) outlets or their authorized resellers to serve you when you need their services.
Small, medium and even large businesses like Walmart have jumped on the bandwagon with the USPS endeavoring to ensure that excellent service is provided when needed to all citizens of Indiana and the United States of America.
I have created these maps to find the closest store to where you are in Indiana. Simply enter your postcode or city into the text box below and hit enter and all the maps will show shops near your location.
For those that don't know where the closest USPS outlet is have a look at the map below and find the closest one to your location.
While a trip to Walmart can be a little daunting they have all your postage needs covered.
CVS is a certified USPS reseller so if you have one nearby than you can grab your postage stamps while you you pick up anything else you need from the pharmacy.
ATM's don't just dispense cash these days. If you're lucky enough you can find ATM's that dispense stamps as well.
Buy Your Stamps Online:
If you are not in a rush then buying stamps online is one of the easiest things you can do avoid crowds and the stress of buying stamps from a physical store.
Indiana Specific Stamps:
If you are a stamp collector and are looking to add some stamps to your collection that are specific to Indiana have a look at some of the unique stamps available below:
Have Did The USPS Come To Exist:
Though mail services were available even before the birth of the United States of America it was the introduction of the postage stamp on July 1st 1847, which changed the course of the postal service.
The first two stamps in five and ten cent denominations depicting Benjamin Franklin the first Post Master General and George Washington, the first President of the United States of America respectively, brought in a new age of letter writing and communication throughout the country.
Since then a dedication to service has made the USPS what it is today, a civilian department boasting the largest fleet of vehicles in the world and offering a service that is second to none anywhere else on the planet.
The service is streamlined to such an extent that delivery of collected mail is affordable, fast, reliable and most importantly accessible throughout the country. Growth following the postage stamp invention has continued with the postal service growing in leaps and bounds to today where the USPS is a multi billion dollar service provider to the nation and works 24 x 7 to ensure that post that is sent to one another is delivered intact and on time.