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Jul 1, 2009 12:00 AM
America's favorite prime-time animated comedy, “The Simpsons,” makes history as the only television show to serve as the exclusive subject of a stamp set while still in prime-time production. The Simpsons characters are the latest postage stamp themes released by the United States Postal Service (USPS), commemorating the 20th year of the half-hour television series, which launched in 1990. Designed to encourage younger generations to develop an interest in stamp collecting, The Simpsons stamp booklet features 44-cent First Class mail stamps.
MACtac supplied the pressure-sensitive adhesive label materials for the one billion stamps printed. MACtac has been a qualified supplier for USPS stamps for more than six years, providing materials for a number of pressure-sensitive stamps. See www.MACtac.com/RollLabel.