RUDOLPH, Wis. (WCCO) — There are no reindeer games going on at a post office in central Wisconsin this time of year — they’re just too busy.

Up to 20,000 people are expected to mail cards and presents from the small village of Rudolph Saturday. That’s right, Rudolph — just like the reindeer.

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The post office is famous for stamping a Rudolph postmark on every package. Christmas gifts are arriving from all over the world– Just for that special stamp.

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“I’ve already seen packages from China, North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, Canada,” one of the office’s postal workers said. “I’ve seen packages from Europe.”

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The post office opens at 8:30 Saturday morning. The town is about three hours east of the Twin Cities, about 100 miles past Eau Claire.