Get A Boogie Sticker

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We’ve got stickers and we’d like to send you one. It’s perfect for showing the world you have good taste, and makes a great present. Especially if you know someone with the initials “BB.” All you need to do is enter your name and mailing address in the form below. Or you can send a self-addressed stamped envelope (SASE) to PO Box 282 New York, NY 10002. Don’t worry. We won’t share this information with anyone or stalk you.

**Sorry, we hadn’t expected this offer to get picked up on so many free deals websites. We’d love to send everyone stickers, but we’d be broke if we did. Buying stamps gets expensive. Mail us a self-addressed stamped envelope and we’ll send out as many as possible.**

We do sell stuff though.

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