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condition is that you live within New Zealand. Get a free sticker
The Fight Against Junkmail
Letterboxer is dedicated to fighting the unnecessary waste from junkmail. Letterboxer not only saves junkmail from being distributed, and in turn trees from being logged, but is assisting New Zealanders to progress towards sustainable living.
Letterboxer makes giving up junkmail as easy as saying "Yes".
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Hi everyone. I've just updated the Letterboxer website.January, 2013
Moved To Melbourne
Andrew Horton, the Letterboxer founder has moved from New Zealand to Melbourne. Thankfully Julian McKeefry has agreed to look after Letterboxer and post out your stickers. Julian runs ,JustOrganic.co.nz, an excellent organic food delivery service in Christchurch.January, 2012
Letterboxer is now based in Wellington. If you want to help , join the discussion on the Facebook GroupJuly, 2010
National Sticker Launch and Prize Giving
The National Sticker Launch and Prize Giving yesterday was a great success.
The winners are:
New Sticker Launch and Prizegiving
The Pimp My Letterbox design competition winners will be announced and awarded iPod Nanos. 7pm until 9pm on Thursday, 12th November, 2009 at Municipal Chambers, Oxford Terrace (Our City O-Tautahi). Read more.Nov 9th, 2009. Andrew Horton
Entries Closed for Competition
Entries for the Pimp My Letterboxer design competition closed on October 31st. Thank you to all who entered, over 120 entries were received. In the next few days our judges will select the finalists who will be invited to the prize giving event.Nov 2nd, 2009. Andrew Horton
Sponsorship from Doubledot Media
Simon Slade from Doubledot Media, a multiple award-winning company in Christchurch, has agreed to sponsor Letterboxer. He is generously providing postage stamps (because the NZPost Community envelopes ran out), paying for stickers that can be sent nationwide and providing prizes for a 'No Junkmail' sticker design competition.Sep 4th, 2009. Andrew Horton
I want to thank everyone who sent in kind emails supporting Letterboxer. In the days after Charlie Gate's article 'Group hits back against junk mail onslaught' appeared in The Christchurch Press and on stuff.co.nz, over a hundred 'No Junkmail' stickers have been requested by Canterbury residents. A handful of people have offered to volunteer, this is great and will help Letterboxer make a bigger difference.Sep 4th, 2009. Andrew Horton