It could happen if KFC has its way.
The fast food chicken company is starting a campaign to get the U.S. Postal Service to dedicate a stamp to its beloved founder, Col. Harland Sanders, who started the chain back in 1952.
Sanders died in 1980 at the age of 90 and now KFC officials believe hes ripe for a postal tribute.
Folks who want to be able to lick the Colonels stamp when theyre not licking his fingers can give the idea their stamp of approval by signing a petition at www.kfc.com.
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