The best of the best of direct mail

Part one of the SOFII direct mail, door drops and household deliveries showcase - the very best of the best.

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SOFII Contributors
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August 31, 2018

Welcome to the best of the best of direct mail

Welcome to SOFII’s direct mail, door drops and household deliveries showcase. In this first section we bring you the very best examples from our treasure trove of direct mail wonders. 

These include legendary packs such as Amnesty International’s pen pack, the novel innovations of Botton Village, International Spinal Research Trust’s superb thank you letter and so much more.

About the author: SOFII Contributors

This article was contributed to by many wonderful friends of SOFII. If you would like to add your voice to this or any other SOFII section, please e-mail joe@sofii.org.

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