Release of First Stamp in Music Icons Series A Great Success

We wish to extend great thanks to everyone who came out to the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center in San Antonio, Texas, last week for the release of the Lydia Mendoza Forever® stamp. What a fantastic celebration in honor of one of the first and greatest stars of Tejano music! For those of you who missed it, here’s a brief recap:


The Lydia Mendoza Forever® stamp is available for purchase at local Post Offices, online at www.usps.com/stamps, or by calling 800-STAMP24 (800-782-6724). Because it is a Forever stamp, it can be used to mail one-ounce First-Class letters anytime in the future regardless of price changes.

Lydia Mendoza is the first artist featured in the new Music Icons series, which will include stamps honoring legends Johnny Cash and Ray Charles later this year. Collect them all!

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