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October 12, 2010

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Our stickers!

That’s right: we’re giving away stuff completely free of charge. We just received a shipment of DailyAxe.com stickers, and we’re looking to thank our loyal readers and spread the word about the site. So here’s what you can do to get a free DailyAxe.com sticker:

  1. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter
  2. Send an email to editor@dailyaxe.com telling us your name or Twitter account and where you would like the sticker to be sent. We’ll have it in the mail within 24 hours of receiving your email.
  3. Already like us or follow us? You’re still eligible. Just send an email to editor@dailyaxe.com with your mailing address and you’ll get your sticker in no time.

The first sticker is heading to Toby The Van, which tweeted at us right after we let our Twitter followers know about the new stickers. Join the party! We’ll see you on our social media outlets and look forward to sending out these stickers!

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