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Press Release — We’ve Launched!

Miniature Mail Puts The Small in Small Business

This new company sells custom letters & greeting cards on a miniature scale. They print tiny, high-quality letters on-demand and mail them out later on behalf of their customers.

 

FLORIDA — Coinciding with National Small Business Week, Miniature Mail has announced their new small business: a tiny custom letter design & mailing service. The company calls themselves “The Littlest Postmasters”, and wants to help you send something special. Their website—https://www.miniaturemail.com—features an online editor to help write the perfect miniature message; each order can be customized with a selection of styles and scheduled to ship on a future date. Say hello to adorably small birthday cards & holiday greetings.

“Say it big, send it small—that’s our motto,” said owner & postmaster Justin Powell. “Here at Miniature Mail we believe in the unexpected emotional power of two things: old-fashioned letters, and miniatures. That’s why we combined them into one product; we want everyone to experience the surprising warmth that comes with a little letter.” He went on to add, “Miniatures give us a sense of security because they are so small and vulnerable. Sometimes, it really is about the small things. Our products bring surprising joy to people who see them…and that’s worth something.”

Justin also shared how the idea for the business came to life: “It all started when I wrote a tiny letter for my wife and put it into a tiny envelope. She was recovering from surgery and had had a rough day, so I gave her the note. She loved her little letter so much that I knew I had to share this with other people.”

In today’s world of buzzing technology and instant access to the internet, email, text messages, etc., personal and thoughtful correspondence is a thing of the past; actual paper letters are a novelty. Miniature Mail adds to novelty the element of whimsy, which together deliver a truly unique and meaningful experience.

To try it out for yourself, visit the website at https://www.miniaturemail.com.

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