With the closure of our fan shop, dozens of emails ended up in my mailbox. It was also about Saab stickers and ideas on how to continue. And there were suggestions as to what you need as basic equipment in order to drive a satisfied Saab fan through the day.
At the top of the list was the idea that we should finally bring Saabblog.net stickers to the readers. Of course, Mark and I read all the e-mails and literally absorbed the ideas. And we got down to work immediately and ordered blog stickers.
We give away Saabblog.net stickers!
Our in-house print shop was satisfied. Even after the shop production ran out, she feared that she would have to forego some shabby craziness in the future. But it goes on, and this week I was able to pick up the first stickers. We are giving them away as an Easter present to our readers, who can show that they like the blog and that Saabfahren stands for one thing above all: community, joy and passion for a small Swedish brand.
We always put two Saabblog.net stickers in an envelope - while stocks last (large). The saabige stickers easily come to our readers' homes. Please send a sufficiently franked, correctly addressed envelope in DIN long format to:
St. Burkard Street 2
Of course, we also send the blog stickers to readers and Saab fans outside Germany. In Germany, a 0,70 € franking is sufficient (2 stickers weigh about 10 g), from abroad, of course, it is higher. Please always pay attention to a sufficient franking. We do not postpone!
We would like many Saab pictures!
The stickers are a gesture. A little Easter egg for the Saab community. We would be happy to receive pictures of the vehicles with stickers by email. The blog team then publishes a Saab picture gallery on the blog.
In addition, we have thought even more and have a second, rather exclusive surprise ready. The will, respect now comes the famous arc of suspense, be very Saabig and guaranteed desires trigger. Many, but not everyone, will be able to own them.
Then my suspense works
With this post I say goodbye to a short Easter holiday and wish all readers and their families a relaxing time! The following article next Tuesday reveals what Mark and I are up to.