This original Coco’s “Run Away with Me” Postcard is perfect for any occasion. The catchphrase “Run Away With Me” reads over a vintage Hawaiian image of a girl running down a black sand beach with a lei in hand. Traditionally a lei is given at ceremonies or to welcome visitors to the islands. Black sand beaches are rare in Hawaii – most commonly found on the Big Island and Maui. Printed on hard card stock to ensure it stays on its journey through the mail.
Postcards have been sent via the postal service since 1840 and are often collected as souvenirs and family mementos. They symbolize a vacation or traveling to far off destinations.