March 14, 2016

In the Media

Today in Canterbury on CTV – Interview about the Pimp My Letterbox Competition

November 12th, 2009

Interview with Andrew and Yvette Horton about Letterboxer and the Pimp My Letterbox Competition before the Letterboxer National Sticker Launch and prize giving event. The interview is the 2nd news item. Today in Canterbury, 12th November 2009

Campbell Live on TV3 – ‘No junkmail’ means no junkmail, thanks

September 16th, 2009

While you might throw unsolicited mail straight into the recycling, there are others who actually enjoy pouring over each glossy page. But a recent survey showed that as many as 80 percent of people who have ‘no junkmail’ stickers on their letterboxes still get it, and that’s enough to drive some people postal.Read more or view video

RDU 98.5FM Breakfast with Spanky – Letterboxer: Andrew Horton

September 3rd, 2009

Sick of all that junk mail that’s constanting stuffed into your letterbox? It’s even worse when whoever’s mailing it clearly ignores the ‘no circulars’ sticker you placed so carefully and put so much faith in. The only problem is the mailer is probably a 10 year old kid and you can hardly go crazy at them. Not that you’d want to though ay? One man who’s on a crusade against this huge waste of paper is Andrew Horton who has started the Letterboxer. Have a listen, then join the fight against DM!

‘Group hits back against junk mail onslaught’ at by Charlie Gates

September 3rd, 2009

A Christchurch group is defending junk-mail victims in a bid to unclog the city’s letterboxes. The Letterboxer group has taken on the case of a Christchurch man whose letterbox was so full of junk mail there was no room for genuine mail. Read More

‘Stop Junk Mail in New Zealand’ at

June 23rd, 2008

Gidday, We have only been here a few weeks but have already seen what New Zealand has to offer in the direct mail industry. Read More

‘Letterboxer’ at by Robert Rijkhoff

April 12th, 2008

An interesting new junk mail campaign recently started in New Zealand. It’s called Letterboxer and has been set up by Christchurch resident Andrew Horton. (Article Gone)