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RELEASE DATE: IMMEDIATE comes up with the goods!

THE UK’s leading delivery community website is proving that a commonsense approach to the recession can pay dividends.
Stuff is being sent all over the country through the website which matches people with stuff to send, with couriers and drivers going there ANYWAY.

It's about making better use of existing road traffic, helping people get a more efficient home delivery service, and helping people earn a little extra on the way.

It's also very much about CO2, improving our lifestyle and our communities.

Since the website’s launch late last year, a wide and interesting range of goods have been delivered to cities, towns and far flung corners of the UK. Everything from spiral staircases, parrot cages, keyboards and leather sofas to fine wines, wheelchairs and office furniture have been sent on their way by stuff2send drivers and received safely and on time by many happy customers.

For Amanda Webster from Birmingham, Stuff2Send really was a life line. Amanda, is disabled and was left stranded after thieves stole her wheelchair. Having tracked down two replacements on another website, Amanda then faced the problem of getting the chairs from Manchester to Birmingham. The cost was going to be prohibitive so a friend suggested Amanda tried stuff2send.

Snowy conditions did nothing to deter the hero from Stoke who drove Amanda’s new wheelchairs from Manchester to Birmingham, and in fact he was even 45 minutes earlier than expected.

Amanda said: ““To have brought them right to the door was just wonderful,” said Amanda. “It made life so much easier, knowing I didn’t have to do that journey myself. I’d definitely use the site again; I think it’s a wonderful service.”

For a customer such as Amanda who requires additional assistance from time to time, stuff2send has proved to be a godsend. Colin Hay who founded the company said: “Stuff2send is ideal for all sectors of the community, especially people with outsize items and looking to save money. With the increasing amount of second hand and recycled sites, people are getting more bargains, and do not want to spend more getting the item delivered, than they bought it for. Se we’re seeing increasingly discerning and cost-conscious private individuals actively looking for cheaper and more convenient deliveries.”


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