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MEDIA INFORMATION FROM: WWW.STUFF2SEND.COM
RELEASE DATE: IMMEDIATE

www.stuff2send.com proves a good little earner!

AN innovative website has discovered a great way for people to boost their income to help cash strapped family finances.
www.stuff2send.com is the UK’s leading delivery community website, and is proof that clever, new businesses are not only riding out the economic storm but are actually helping people to up their earnings at the same time.

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 couriers, professional drivers and private individuals alike, stuff2send is a great way to boost business and keep busy while taking advantage of half empty vehicles to cover fuel costs and provide a cost effective delivery service to customers.

Art student, Alan Kornbluth, lives in London and is a student in Newcastle. He delivered two boxes of wine from London to Gateshead and picked up a cool £35 towards his fuel costs. Alan was travelling there anyway so this was a great way to get a contribution to his petrol bill and help someone out.

The recent heavy blow of redundancy has done nothing to stop soon to be married Micky, from Newcastle from getting his petrol bill paid! For the princely sum of £65, he delivered a cast iron spiral staircase to property developer Andrew Frigot in London... in his estate car!

Colin Hay who founded www.stuff2send.com said: “Even in these tough economic times, for anyone with a car, there’s always a way to earn some extra money. Stuff2send allows anyone, maybe recently made redundant, or not working, but still with car, to deliver certain packages for people. It’s common sense, and means everyone can save some money, or make some money”.

ENDS

Notes to editors:
For further information, photography, interviews and case studies please contact Sarah Edwards sarah@sarah-edwards.com


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