“Get Stamped!” with the New Passport To Your National Parks® Collection

May 30, 2018What's New

Just in time for peak park season, Eastern National is pleased to announce a new line of accessories and collectibles to complement the popular Passport To Your National Parks® program. Available now at participating park stores and on eParks.com, the Passport Collection is designed to enhance visitors’ park experiences by celebrating all that America’s national parks have to offer.

“The Passport program is about more than remembering what park you visited and when you were there,” says Eastern National President and CEO Kevin Kissling. “It’s about educating visitors on the endless diversity of our national parks. And it’s about finding what makes each park special and worth preserving.”

Among the highlights of the Collection are a few essential enhancements to the Passport program: a durable leather cover to protect frequently stamped books from wear and tear, an expander pack for the Classic Passport Edition that allows visitors to add space as they fill their book, and a stampable sticker set that gives visitors who find their park, but forget their Passport, the ability to collect cancellations and commemorate their visit.

In addition to those essentials, Passport enthusiasts will also find new commemorative and collectible items inspired by their passion for exploring and learning about the parks. Apparel, pins, patches, hiking medallions, and other items will feature cancellation-style artwork.

With the new Passport Collection, Eastern National hopes to inspire visitors to find new perspectives and deeper connections to the natural and cultural resources protected by America’s national parks.

Visit the Passport Store on eParks.com to view the full Passport To Your National Parks® Collection!

Photo: The New Passport To Your National Parks® Collection

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