Saturday, May 3, 2008

Opt-Out of Catalog Mailings

I love to shop, especially on line. I can shop on my own time, at my own pace, add things to my virtual shopping cart and return later to look over everything before I make a purchase.

If you're anything like me, you receive dozens of print catalogs in your mailbox each week, maybe even more.

I just discovered an easy way to opt-out of these catalog mailings. Whether you're receiving catalogs that are of no interest to you, you prefer to shop on line, or you're looking for ways to help save the environment, sign up at Catalog Choice and learn about how you can stop having the bulky catalogs from arriving in the mail.

Catalog Choice is a free service that allows you to decide what gets in your mailbox. Use it to reduce your mailbox clutter, while helping save natural resources.

Catalog Choice is a sponsored project of the Ecology Center. It is endorsed by the National Wildlife Federation and the Natural Resources Defense Council, and funded by the Overbrook Foundation, the Merck Family Fund, and the Kendeda Fund.

The mission of Catalog Choice is to reduce the number of repeat and unsolicited catalog mailings, and to promote the adoption of sustainable industry best practices.

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