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May 1, 2008 

New ALS Awareness Month Postage Stamp Now On Sale

AAM Postage Stamp 
The new ALS Awareness Month stamp is accepted by the United States Postal Service.
The ALS Association is dedicated to “stamping” out Lou Gehrig’s Disease.

The ALS Association has created its first-ever commemorative postage stamp for use as a national program to promote ALS Awareness Month. 

The stamp, which features the ALS Awareness Month logo, is an officially-recognized United States postage stamp; and will be sold exclusively through, an online retail outlet that enables users to create their own product galleries. The Association is recognized as an approved member of the Zazzle Community Giving Program.

The link to Zazzle has been placed on The Association’s Web site, where it will remain through the conclusion of ALS Awareness Month. 

Beginning May 1, 2008 a link to will be placed on all Association chapter websites as part of the campaign to promote “ALS Awareness Across America”. 

Although this is primarily a public awareness program, The Association also will be raising funds in this endeavor. Royalties of up to 27 percent of sales will be donated to research to find a cure for Lou Gehrig’s Disease. 




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