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Here's Your Chance To Win A Passport To Your National Parks And Complete 2013 Stamp Set


Do you tote a Passport to Your National Parks around the park system with you? If you don't, or if your passport is filled, here's a chance to win a Passport Explorer and a complete set of the 2013 Passport Stamp Set.

All you need do is "like" the Passport to Your National Parks Facebook page to be entered in a drawing for those items.

The Explorer Edition (MSRP $49.95) features a sturdy weatherproof portfolio with a durable inside binder, several pockets for your national park collectibles and personal items, and an attachable, adjustable strap so it's easy to carry.

It also comes with a map of the United States that displays the national parks and their locations. The inside pages are bigger and better than ever, and they're expandable, letting you add or rearrange pages any way you like.

The 2013 Passport® Stamp Set fits into Passport® To Your National Parks and Passport® Explorer books. This full color stamp sheet includes one national and nine regional stamps.

2013 Featured Parks & Historic Sites:

National Stamp: Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial

North Atlantic Regional Stamp: Longfellow House-Washington's Headquarters National Historic Site

Mid-Atlantic Regional Stamp: Paterson Great Falls National Historical Park

National Capital Regional Stamp: George Gordon Meade Memorial

Southeast Regional Stamp: De Soto National Memorial

Midwest Regional Stamp: River Raisin National Battlefield Park

Pacific Northwest & Alaska Stamp: Lake Clark National Park and Preserve

Western Regional Stamp: Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument

Rocky Mountain Regional Stamp: John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway

Southwest Regional Stamp: Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site

This 2013 stamp set also features a stamp commemorating the 50th anniversary of March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, which took place August 28, 1963.


I bought the Explorer Edition last month. Opening it up, the first thing I noticed was the Made in China tag inside. Really NPS?

Thank you for your comment, Ottoman, [color=#1f497d]and thank you for your interest in the Passport program. We have been unable to source the binders domestically, but we are continuously searching for a US supplier that can provide a cost effective, quality substitution. All other components of the Explorer are produced and printed in the US, and the final product is assembled here. All other products in the Passport line, including the original Passport book, Kid’s Companion, Sticker book and commemorative sticker sets are produced exclusively in the USA.[/color]


Can I enter the "Passport" contestf without joining Facebook?

Is there any way I can enter the Passport drawing without signing up for Facebook or the other media options?

Why not enable internet users to enter online via e-mail or a link to an entry site?


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