Friday, October 7, 2011

Snail Mail and Mailboxes

When no one is available to receive mail and important documents, mailboxes surely serve a noble purpose. Whether it is a residence or a community, whitehall mailboxes help organize mails, as whitehall products are made according to one's need and preference. I know of a few people who would often look for new designs of mailboxes. Updating and upgrading to their needs, and specifications. Some companies provide mailboxes for their employees, and some make a business out of it by renting mailboxes to the public. Some hotels, apart from their services, also rent out mail boxes to long staying patrons.

So far, I have seen many grandiose designs of mailboxes, and I must tell you that every unique mail box that I saw speaks clearly about their owners. I guess, that is the reason why some people customize mailboxes. But then again, in some communities, where luxury is not at all an advantage, mailboxes are just plain old boxes with a painted sign of the owner. In some countries, there are also people or families who do not believe in mailboxes. Either they do not really use them for snail mail, or they refuse to collect garbage that they do not even read. And the most alarming reason of all, snail mail has completely been eradicated due to emails and technology.

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