2011 U.S. Stamp Program

December 31, 2011 09:44 PM

  • A stamp honoring the Indianapolis 500 was issued by the U.S. Postal Service on May 20, 2011.

Jan. 3, New River Gorge Bridge. Single $4.95 Priority Mail stamped envelope; packet of five; Kansas City, MO 64144; Linn's Dec. 6, 2010, page 1; USPS item No. 211505 (pack of five at $24.75); Scott U675.

Jan. 3, Liberty Bell. Twelve nondenominated (44¢) forever stamped envelopes (single design), multiple sizes, water-activated and self-adhesive flaps for all types; AP; Kansas City, MO 64144; Linn's Jan. 3, page 11; Feb. 21, page 4; USPS item No. 265240 (No. 6¾ regular), 265340 (No. 6¾ window), 219640 (No. 9 security), 219940 (No. 9 security window), 219440 (No. 10 regular), 219540 (No. 10 window); 230909 (pack of six envelope types with self-adhesive flaps at $3.84); Scott U667b (with multicolor word "forever"), U667c (with solid copper word "forever.")

Jan. 22, Year of the Rabbit. Single nondenominated (44¢) commemorative forever stamp, pane of 12; AV; Morrow, GA 30260; Linn's Aug. 30, 2010, page 1; Jan. 17, page 8; USPS item No. 575640 (pane), 575684 (uncut press sheet at $47.52); mount No. 1045; Scott 4492.

Jan. 27, Kansas Statehood. Single nondenominated (44¢) commemorative forever stamp, pane of 20; AP; Topeka, KS 66603; Linn's Aug. 30, 2010, page 1, Oct. 4, page 2; Jan. 24, page 1; USPS item No. 466340 (pane); mount No. 1045; Scott 4493.

Feb. 10, Ronald Reagan. Single nondenominated (44¢) commemorative forever stamp, pane of 20; AV; Simi Valley, CA 93065; Linn's Aug. 30, 2010, page 1; Dec. 27, page 1; Feb. 7, page 1; USPS item No. 466540 (pane), 466561 (FDC at 82¢), 466565 (digital color postmark FDC at $1.50), 466584 (uncut press sheet at $88); mount No. 927; Scott 4494.

Feb. 11, Art Deco Bird. Single nondenominated (5¢) nonprofit rate definitive stamp; coils of 3,000 and 10,000; AP; Charleston, SC 29418; Linn's Jan. 3, page 2; Jan. 31, page 2; Feb. 7, page 10; USPS item No. 788140 (coil of 3,000), 788130 (strip of 25 with plate number); 788240 (coil of 10,000), 788230 (strip of 25 with plate number); 788262 (FDC at 87¢); mount No. 924; Scott 4495.

Feb. 12, Navajo Necklace. Single 2¢ water-activated definitive stamp; coil of 10,000; SSP; Charleston, SC 29418; Linn's Jan. 3, page 2; Feb. 7, page 2; USPS item No. 788040 (coil of 10,000 at $200), 788030 (strip of 25 with plate number at 50¢), 788062 (FDC at 84¢); mount No. 904; Scott 3758B.

Feb. 14, Patriotic Quill and Inkwell. Single 44¢ definitive stamp; coil of 3,000 and 10,000; SSP; Kansas City, MO 64108; Linn's Feb. 7, page 13; Feb. 14, page 1; USPS item No. 772140 (coil of 3,000), 772130 (strip of 25 with plate number); 772240 (coil of 10,000), 772230 (strip of 25 with plate number), 772261 (FDC at 82¢); mount No. 924; Scott 4496.

March 16, Latin Music Legends. Five nondenominated (44¢) commemorative forever stamps: Tito Puente (Scott 4497), Carmen Miranda (4498), Selena (4499), Carlos Gardel(4500), Celia Cruz (4501), pane of 20; AV; Austin, TX 78710; Linn's Aug. 30, 2010, page 1; March 14, page 1; USPS item No. 467140 (pane), 467163 (set of five FDCs at $4.10), 467168 (set of five digital color postmark FDCs at $7.50); mount No. 931.

March 25, Neon Celebrate. Single nondenominated (44¢) special forever stamp, pane of 20; SSP; Cleveland, OH 44101; Linn's Dec. 6, 2010, page 2; Jan. 17, page 1; March 21, page 1; USPS item No. 576240 (pane), 576261 (FDC at 82¢), 576265 (digital color postmark FDC at $1.50); mount No. 922; Scott 4502.

March 26, Jazz. Single nondenominated (44¢) commemorative forever stamp, pane of 20; AV; New Orleans, LA 70113; Linn's Aug. 30, 2010, page 1; March 21, page 1; USPS item No. 466640 (pane), 466661 (FDC at 82¢), 466665 (digital color postmark FDC at $1.50); mount No. 906; Scott 4503.

April 7, Herbs. Ten 29¢ definitive stamps (five designs): oregano (Scott 4505 pane, 4516 coil), flax (4506, 4517), foxglove (4507, 4513), lavender (4508, 4514), and sage (4508, 4515); pane of 20 and coil of 100; AV; New York, NY 10199; Linn's Feb. 7, page 13; March 14, page 2; March 28, page 1; USPS item No. 104440 (pane), 771940 (coil), 104463 (pane set of five FDCs at $5.10), 771963 (coil set of five FDCs at $5.10); mount No. 923.

April 7, Common Tern. Single 29¢ postal card priced at 32¢ each; double reply postal card priced at 64¢ each; AP; New York, NY 10199; Linn's Feb. 7, page 13; March 14, page 21; March 28, page 2; USPS item No. 223640 (single), 223740 (double), 223661 (single FDC at 42¢), 223761 (double FDC at 74¢); mount No. 918 (single), 1001 (double); Scott UX621 (single), UY49 (double).

April 8, Lady Liberty and American Flag. Two nondenominated (44¢) definitive forever stamps, ATM pane of 18; SSP; New York, NY 10199; Linn's Jan. 24, page 23; April 4, page 2; USPS item No. 575740 (pane), 575763 (set of two FDCs at $1.76); mount No. 922; Scott 4518 (Lady Liberty), 4519 (American Flag).

April 11, New River Gorge Bridge. Single $4.95 Priority Mail stamp, pane of 20; AP; Fayetteville, WV 25840; Linn's Nov. 29, 2010, page 2; April 4, page 8; USPS item No. 114440 (pane), 114420 (plate block), 114410 (single), 114461 (FDC at $5.39); mount No. 905; Scott 4511.

April 11, Voyageurs National Park. Single 80¢ definitive stamp, Scenic American Landscapes series; pane of 20; AP; Washington, DC 20066; Linn's Feb. 7, page 13; March 21, page 2; April 11, page 19; USPS item No. 575440 (pane), 575461 (FDC at $1.24); mount No. 1045; Scott C148.

April 11, George Washington. Single 20¢ definitive stamp; pane of 20 and coil of 100; AP; Washington, DC 20066; Linn's Feb. 14, page 2; March 21, page 2; April 4, page 1; USPS item No. 101640 (pane), 771840 (coil), 101662 (pane FDC at $1.08), 771862 (coil FDC at $1.08); mount No. 1047; Scott 4504 (pane), 4512 (coil).

April 11, Wedding Cake. Single 64¢ special stamp; pane of 20; AV; Washington, DC 20066; Linn's Feb. 7, page 13; April 11, page 18; USPS item No. 575840 (pane), 575861 (FDC at $1.08), 575865 (digital color postmark FDC at $1.60); mount No. 926; Scott 4521.

April 12, The Civil War. Two nondenominated (44¢) commemorative forever stamps: Fort Sumter (Scott 4522), First Bull Run (4523); double-sided pane of 12; AP; Charleston, SC 29401; Linn's Aug. 30, 2010, page 1; April 11, page 1; USPS item No. 576340 (pane), 576363 (set of two FDCs at $1.76), 576368 (set of two digital color postmark FDCs at $3.20), 576384 (uncut press sheet at $31.68); mount No. 926<.

April 14, Go Green. Sixteen nondenominated (44¢) commemorative forever stamps: Buy Local Produce (Scott 4524a), Fix Water Leaks (b), Share Rides (c), Turn Off Lights (d), Choose to Walk (e), Go Green (f), Compost (g), Let Nature Do the Work (h), Recycle More (i), Ride a Bike (j), Plant Trees (k), Insulate the Home (l), Use Public Transportation (m), Use Efficient Light Bulbs (n), Adjust the Thermostat (o), Maintain Tire Pressure (p); pane of 16; AV; Washington, DC 20066; Linn's Sept. 27, 2010, page 4; Jan. 24, page 10; April 11, page 1; USPS item No. 467040 (pane), 467063 (set of 16 FDCs at $14.08), 467068 (set of 16 digital color postmark FDCs at $25.60), 467084 (uncut press sheet at $63.36).

April 15, Oveta Culp Hobby. Single 84¢ definitive stamp, pane of 20; AV; Houston,TX 77201; Linn's Jan. 24 issue, page 8; Feb. 7, page 13; April 11, page 12; USPS item No. 104740 (pane), 104761 (FDC at $1.28); mount No. 922; Scott 4510.

April 21, Wedding Roses. Single nondenominated (44¢) special forever stamp, pane of 20; SSP; Washington, DC 20066; Linn's Jan. 17, page 1; April 25, page 18; USPS item No. 575940 (pane), 575961 (FDC at 88¢), 575965 (digital color postmark FDC at $1.60); mount No. 922; Scott 4520.

April 25, Helen Hayes. Single nondenominated (44¢) commemorative forever stamp, pane of 20; AV; Washington, DC 20066; Linn's Aug. 30, 2010, page 1; April 25, page 11; USPS item No. 466740 (pane), 466761 (FDC at 88¢), 466765 (digital color postmark FDC at $1.60), 466784 (uncut press sheet at $88); mount No. 1046; Scott 4525.

April 28, Gregory Peck. Single nondenominated (44¢) commemorative forever stamp, Legends of Hollywood series; pane of 20; AV; Beverly Hills, CA 90210; Linn's Aug. 30, 2010, page 1; April 25, page 1; USPS item No. 466440 (pane), 466461 (FDC at 88¢), 466465 (digital color postmark FDC at $1.60), 466484 (uncut press sheet at $35.20); mount No. 1046; Scott 4526.

May 4, Mercury Project and Messenger Mission. Two nondenominated (44¢) commemorative forever stamps: Mercury Project (Scott 4527), Messenger Mission (4528), pane of 20; SSP; Kennedy Space Center, FL 32815; Linn's Aug. 30, 2010, page 1; May 2, page 1; USPS item No. 468040 (pane), 468063 (set of two FDCs at $1.76), 468068 (set of two digital color postmark FDCs at $3.20), 468084 (uncut press sheet at $105.60); mount No. 930.

May 5, Purple Heart. Single nondenominated (44¢) definitive forever stamp, pane of 20; SSP; San Diego, CA 92199; Linn's Jan. 17, page 1; May 2, page 2; USPS item No. 114940 (pane), 114961 (FDC at 88¢); mount No. 1047; Scott 4529.

May 20, Indianapolis 500. Single nondenominated (44¢) commemorative forever stamp, pane of 20; SSP; Indianapolis, IN 46206; Linn's Aug. 30, 2010, page 1; May 16, page 1; USPS item No. 467240 (pane), 467261 (FDC at 88¢), 467265 (digital color postmark FDC at $1.60); mount No. 1045; Scott 4530.

May 23, Garden of Love. Ten nondenominated (44¢) special forever stamps: pink flower (Scott 4531), red flower (4532), blue flowers (4533), butterfly (4534), green vine leaves (4535), blue flower (4536), doves (4537), orange red flowers (4538), strawberry (4539), yellow orange flowers (4540); pane of 20; AV; Crestwood, KY 40014; Linn's Aug. 30, 2010, page 1; May 23, page 1; USPS item No. 576140 (pane), 576163 (set of 10 FDCs at $8.80), 576168 (digital color postmark set of 10 FDCs at $16); mount No. 939.

June 16, American Scientists. Four nondenominated (44¢) commemorative forever stamps: Melvin Calvin (Scott 4541), Asa Gray (4542), Maria Goeppert Mayer (4543), Severo Ochoa (4544); pane of 20; SSP; St. Paul, MN 55164; Linn's Aug. 30, 2010, page 1; June 13, page 1; USPS item No. 467340 (pane), 467363 (set of four FDCs at $3.52), 467368 (set of four digital color postmark FDCs at $6.40); mount No. 923.

June 24, White-fronted Geese. Two $15 federal migratory waterfowl hunting and conservation stamps issued by the U.S. Department of the Interior, water-activated pane of 20, artist-signed pane of one, and self-adhesive pane of one; AP; Katy, TX 77494; Linn's Nov. 8, 2010, page 1; June 20, page 1; USPS item No. 334440 (water-activated pane of 20), 334410 (single water-activated stamp from pane of 20), 334540 (self-adhesive pane of one), via www.duckstamp.com (artist signed pane), 334484 (uncut press sheet consisting of four water-activated panes of 20, at $1,100), 334584 (uncut press sheet consisting of 18 self-adhesive panes of one, at $350); mount No. 986 (water-activated), 941 (self-adhesive), 954 (artist-signed pane); Scott RW78 (water-activated), RW78A (self-adhesive), RW78b (artist-signed pane).

June 25, Mark Twain. Single nondenominated (44¢) commemorative forever stamp, Literary Arts series; pane of 20; AV; Hannibal, MO 63401; Linn's Aug. 30, 2010, page 1; June 20, page 1; USPS item No. 466840 (pane), 466861 (FDC at 88¢), 466865 (digital color postmark FDC at $1.60); mount No. 1045; Scott 4545.

June, 29, Pioneers of American Industrial Design. Twelve nondenominated (44¢) commemorative forever stamps: Peter Muller-Munk (Scott 4546a), Frederick Hurten Rhead (b), Raymond Loewy (c), Donald Deskey (d), Walter Dorwin Teague (e), Henry Dreyfuss (f), Norman Bel Geddes (g), Dave Chapman (h), Greta von Nessen (i), Eliot Noyes (j), Russel Wright (k), Gilbert Rohde (l); pane of 12; AV; New York, NY 10199; Linn's Aug. 30, 2010, page 1; June 27, page 1; USPS item No. 467840 (pane), 467863 (set of 12 FDCs at $10.56), 467868 (digital color postmark set of 12 FDCs at $19.20); mount No. 960.

July 27, Owney the Postal Dog. Single nondenominated (44¢) commemorative forever stamp, pane of 20; AV; Washington, DC 20066; Linn's Aug. 30, 2010, page 1; July 18, page 1; USPS item No. 467540 (pane), 467561 (FDC at 88¢), 467565 (digital color postmark FDC at $1.60), 467584 (uncut press sheet at $88); mount No. 1045; Scott 4547.

July 28, U.S. Merchant Marine. Four nondenominated (44¢) commemorative forever stamps: Clipper Ship (Scott 4548), Auxiliary Steamship (4549), Liberty Ship (4550), and Container Ship (4551); pane of 20; AV; Great Neck, NY 11021; Linn's Aug. 30, 2010, page 1; July 25, page 1; USPS item No. 467440 (pane), 467463 (set of four FDCs at $3.52), 467468 (set of four digital color postmark FDCs at $6.40); mount No. 935.

Aug. 11, Flags of Our Nation. Ten nondenominated (44¢) commemorative forever stamps: Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas (Scott 4313), Ohio (4314), Oklahoma (4315), Oregon (4316), Pennsylvania (4317), Puerto Rico (4318), Rhode Island (4319), South Carolina (4320), South Dakota (4321), Tennessee (4322); coil of 50; SSP; Columbus, OH 43216; Linn's Aug. 30, 2010, page 1; Aug. 8, page 1; USPS item No. 788340 (coil), 788363 (set of 10 FDCs at $8.80), 788368 (digital color postmark set of 10 at $16); mount No. 921.

Aug. 12, Eid. Single nondenominated (44¢) special forever stamp, pane of 20; AV; Columbus, OH 43216;Linn's Jan. 3, page 10; Jan. 17, page 3; Aug. 8, page 12; USPS item No. 576740 (pane), 576761 (FDC at 88¢), 576765 (digital color postmark FDC at $1.60); mount No. 926; Scott 4552.

Aug. 19, Pixar Films: Send a Hello. Five nondenominated (44¢) commemorative forever stamps:Lightning McQueen and Mater from Cars (Scott 4553, UX623), Remy the rat and Linguini from Ratatouille(4554, UX625), Buzz Lightyear and two aliens from Toy Story (4555, UX622); Carl Fredricksen and Dugfrom Up (4556, UX624), and the robot WALL-E from WALL-E (4557, UX626); pane of 20 (AV) and booklet of 20 picture postal cards (AP); Anaheim, CA 92803; Linn's Dec. 13, 2010, page 1; Jan. 17, page 1; Aug. 15, page 1; USPS item No. 467940 (pane), 467963 (set of five FDCs at $4.40), 467968 (digital color postmark set of five FDCs at $8), 887200 (booklet of 20 picture postal cards at $14.95), 467984 (uncut press sheet at $35.20); mount No 927.

Aug. 24, Edward Hopper. Single nondenominated (44¢) commemorative forever stamp, American Treasures series, pane of 20; AV; Provincetown, MA 02657; Linn's Aug. 30, 2010, page 1; Aug. 22, page 1; USPS item No. 467640 (pane), 467661 (FDC at 88¢), 467665 (digital color postmark FDC at $1.60); mount No. 1045; Scott 4558.

Sept. 14, Lady Liberty and American Flag. Six nondenominated (44¢) definitive forever stamps (two designs): stamps: Lady Liberty (AP version, Scott 4559; SSP, 4561; AV, 4563), American Flag (AP, 4560; SSP, 4562; AV, 4564); double-sided pane of 20, convertible booklet; AV, AP, SSP; Washington, DC 20066; Linn's March 7, page 2; Sept. 12, page 8; USPS item No. 679440 (AP pane), 679441 (AV pane), 679442 (SSP pane), 679463 (random printer set of two FDCs at $1.76); mount No. 923.

Sept. 16, Barbara Jordan. Single nondenominated (44¢) commemorative forever stamp, Black Heritage series; pane of 20; AP; Houston, TX 77201; Linn's Aug. 30, 2010, page 1; Sept. 12, page 1; USPS item No. 446240 (pane), 446261 (FDC at 88¢), 446265 (digital color postmark FDC at $1.60); mount No. 1046; Scott 4565.

Sept. 20, Save Vanishing Species. Single nondenominated (44¢+11¢) first-class semipostal stamp; pane of 20; AV; Washington, DC 20066; Linn's Oct. 25, 2010, page 2; May 30, page 1; Sept. 19, page 1; 576640 (pane), 576662 (FDC at 99¢), 576665 (digital color postmark FDC at $1.71); mount No. 927; Scott B4.

Sept. 28, Romare Bearden. Four nondenominated (44¢) commemorative forever stamps: Conjunction (Scott 4566), Odysseus (4567), Prevalence of Ritual (4568), Falling Star (4569); pane of 16; AV; New York, NY 10199; Linn's Aug. 30, 2010, page 1; Sept. 26, page 1; USPS item No. 467740 (pane), 467763 (set of four FDCs at $3.52), 467768 (set of four digital color postmark FDCs at $6.40); mount No. 927.

Oct. 13, Madonna and Child by Raphael. Single nondenominated (44¢) special forever stamp, double-sided pane of 20 (convertible booklet); SSP; New York, NY 10199; Linn's Aug. 30, 2010, page 1; Oct. 10, page 10; USPS item No. 679540 (pane), 679561 (FDC at 88¢), 679565 (digital color postmark FDC at $1.60).

*Oct. 13, Holiday Baubles. Twelve nondenominated (44¢) special forever stamps (four designs):ornament with gold ribbon (SSP pane of 20 version Scott 4571, AP pane of 20 version 4575, SSP ATM pane version 4579), ornament with green ribbon (4572, 4576, 4580), ornament with red ribbon (4573, 4577, 4581), ornament with purple ribbon (4574, 4578, 4582); double-sided pane of 20 (convertible booklet) (SSP, AP) and ATM pane of 18 (SSP); New York, NY 10199; Linn's Aug. 30, 2010, page 1; Oct. 10, page 1; USPS item No. 679640 (SSP version pane), 679641 (AP version pane), 576840 (ATM pane), 679663 (FDC set of four, random version, at $3.52), 679668 (digital color postmark FDC set of four, random version, at $6.40), 576863 (ATM pane FDC set of four at $3.52); mount No. 938 (pane block), 935 (ATM pane block).

*Oct. 14, Hanukkah. Single nondenominated (44¢) special forever stamp, pane of 20; SSP; New York, NY 10199; Linn's Jan. 3, page 10; Jan. 17, page 3; Oct. 10, page 12; USPS item No. 576440 (pane), 576461 (FDC at 88¢), 576465 (digital color postmark FDC at $1.60); mount No. 922; Scott 4583.

*Oct. 14, Kwanzaa. Single nondenominated (44¢) special forever stamp, pane of 20; AP; New York, NY 10199; Linn's Jan. 3, page 10; Jan. 17, page 3; Oct. 10, page 12; USPS item No. 576540 (pane), 576561 (FDC at 88¢), 576565 (digital color postmark FDC at $1.60); mount No. 926; Scott 4584.

*Asterisks precede entries with new or changed information. New/changed information is presented in bold italics.

Stamp printing contractors are identified in the listings using the following abbreviations: AP (Ashton Potter USA Ltd.), CCL (CCL Label Inc.) and SSP (Sennett Security Products). Printing contractors for some earlier issues include AV (Avery Dennison), BEP (Bureau of Engraving and Printing), BCA (Banknote Corp. of America), GL (Guilford Gravure), and SS (Sterling Sommer).

Details of each issue listed in this program are given in the cited issues of Linn’s. Stamps are self-adhesive unless otherwise noted.

Mount Nos. refer to the appropriate ScottMount item number.

 

HOW TO ORDER STAMPS OR COVERS

Mail orders for mint stamps, uncut press sheets, postal stationery, and the Postal Service's uncacheted first-day covers (FDCs) should be sent to Stamp Fulfillment Services, Box 419636, Kansas City, MO 64141-6636. Postal Service supplied first-day covers are available only in certain formats. They usually cost the face value of the stamps affixed plus 24¢ per cover. The prices of some items, including first-day-canceled stationery, may vary. Orders should use USPS item numbers.

Stamp Fulfillment Services accepts credit card orders by telephone (800-782-6724) or fax (816-545-1212). Orders may be placed from countries other than the United States by calling 816-545-1000. An additional $5.20 shipping fee is added to standard shipping and handling charges for orders to be mailed to a foreign address.

New issues should be ordered no more than two weeks in advance of the date of issue.

Mail, phone or fax orders have a flat service charge of $1.30 for orders up to $50 if they include only prepackaged items, such as the minimum purchase of a block of four sheet stamps or a pane of definitive stamps. A fee of $2.10 is added for custom orders.

A detailed sales catalog called USA Philatelic lists the prepackaged formats. It is free on request from Information Fulfillment, Dept. 6270, U.S. Postal Service, Box 419014, Kansas City, MO 64141-6014. USA Philatelic listings include formats and USPS item numbers other than those listed here.

 

HOW TO ORDER FIRST-DAY CANCELS

The grace period for collectors to send covers for first-day cancels ends 60 days after a stamp’s issue date, unless stated otherwise in the listing.

Within the grace period, buy the stamp (or stationery item) at your local post office or philatelic center, affix it to an addressed envelope (postage must make up at least the first-class rate) and send under cover to Customer-Affixed Envelopes, Postmaster, (Name of City, State and ZIP code-9991 or the ZIP+4 code given). No remittance is required.

Most collectors use stamped, addressed return carrier envelopes or peelable return address labels that can be removed after the U.S. Postal Service returns the cover.

Plate numbers. Multistamp issues require as a minimum a plate block with every stamp design represented at least once. Plate block formats are listed by Amos Media Co. in the Scott Specialized Catalogue of United States Stamps and Covers.

Stamp Fulfillment Services requires the purchase of a minimum number of stamps to obtain plate number markings. For stamps with face values of 1¢ to 50¢ the minimum purchase is a full pane.

For stamps with face values of 51¢ to $1.20 the minimum purchase is either a full pane or block per the catalog listing. For stamps with face values of $1.21 and up the minimum purchase is a block of four stamps. Plate numbers on most coil stamps may be obtained with a minimum purchase of 25 stamps. Stamp Fulfillment Services does not guarantee specific plate numbers.

If you collect U.S. new issues, you should own Linn’s U.S. Stamp Yearbooks. The 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2010 yearbooks are sold individually. The 1989, 2007, 2008 and 2009 yearbooks are sold out. For additional information, or to order, visit www.amosadvantage.com, or telephone Amos Media Co. at 800-572-6885.