Sticker Project Update

Post by blogger | May 10, 2007      

Thanks everyone for your sticker requests. We ran out of stickers with about 30 envelopes left to stuff, more stickers on order ( update: we now have more stickers, so feel free to ask for some ) you don’t see your sticker soon give us ten days or so before you email, as the new batch should get here next week and we’ll mail them as soon as they come. Also, we lost a few sticker requests due to our spam blocker. Again, give it about 10 days and if you don’t see a sticker in the mail please fire us another email request.

I’m working on a couple of major tech blog posts, might take me ’till tomorow to get one up. Stay tuned.



3 Responses to “Sticker Project Update”

  1. Halsted May 11th, 2007 5:59 pm

    Thanks Lou,

    The sticker arrived today….

  2. Joe Tanguay January 28th, 2008 2:57 pm

    Any free stickers for my soon to be cool ski vanagon? You guys have the best website, great articles and info. thanks Joe Tanguay!!
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  3. Lou January 28th, 2008 7:31 pm

    On their way Joe!

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