Neighborhood Flyers

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Our neighborhood attracts those who place their advertisements directly onto our mailboxes. We find two or three of these each week on our mailbox. Different services, both professional and amateur, do this. We get anything from real estate agents to babysitters wanting our services. Unfortunately, most of the advertisements wind up in the street after being blown off the red flag of the mailbox. I once called a real estate agent and told him to come back and pick up his newsletters which were trashing my neighborhood. I told him that there is a service called mail which is delivered by the USPS directly to the inside of my mail box. I’ve never used any of the services advertised and stuck illegally to my mail box. I just recycle them.

Here’s one I picked up off my front lawn advertising dog sitting services. It does have a great business name, DogMa, although I don’t think our cat, Tiger, agrees.

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5 Responses so far »

  1. 1

    Please remove this web page from the internet. Thank You.

    Charles Holden
    Neighborhood Flyers Company
    Phoenix, AZ

  2. 2

    United States Law states that a flyer must be at least 20 inches from the mailbox.

  3. 3

    planettrash said,

    Hi, Charles, I have no problems with neighborhood flyers that are professionally done and delivered correctly. I’m talking about some Joe hanging a self made flyer on the mailbox that will be blown away to litter the street. I receive some flyers from companies (as lawn maintenance) that are securely attached to my front door. Good luck with your business and may more people use your service. Just add a recycling logo on your flyers. Folks, if you want to distribute a flyer, go to http://neighborhoodflyers.com/

  4. 4

    Thank you very much. After 18 years of very reputable business in Phoenix AZ, we finally have a new website (neighborhoodflyers.com). I’m not thoroughly satisified with our website yet, but we’ll keep working on it. I’ll add the recycling logo to our flyers.

    I employ some high school students during the summer and on weekends. Often, it is their first job. We always distribute 100% of every customer’s flyers, and have developed a great deal of goodwill in the Phoenix area during the past two decades. The students who work for Neighborhood Flyers really like the work. As a matter of fact; it’s been about five months, since the last student quit. Our employee turnover rate is very low.

    I know that manmade acts can occur to reduce global warming, and an eventual rise in sea level may not be preventable.

  5. 5

    So good luck with your website.

    Sincerely,

    Charles Holden
    Phoenix, AZ


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