I need to get word out about a neighborhood meeting next week. I know I can (and will) use email to get the word out.
However, I don't have everyone's email address. So I am going to use a paper flyer with the info about the meeting. I need to deliver these to about 150 homes.
I can walk around and do it myself. But I was wondering if there were any sources out there to crowdsource this kind of job. What would be a reasonable payment?
I need the hive mind to help me.
posted by cmh0150
on Jun 6, 2014 -
I'm looking for a low-maintenance treadmill I won't break within a few years that I can run, jog, and walk on at home at varying inclinations and speeds. Difficultyfilter: Must offer in-home delivery and professional assembly and be able to hold hardcover books up to ~800 pages in thickness, if such a thing exists. [more inside]
posted by Unicorn on the cob
on Jun 12, 2011 -
I live downtown Toronto and have a wicked fever, an empty pantry, and want to find a grocery store that will deliver some staples to my apartment--ideally by tomorrow morning. [more inside]
posted by OlivesAndTurkishCoffee
on Jan 19, 2010 -
Is there a Canadian program similar to Illy USA's "Illy A Casa" where good quality espresso-grind coffee can be automatically delivered to my home every 4-6 weeks?
posted by elkerette
on Nov 22, 2006 -