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Zumbox Unveils Nationwide Million Dollar Giveaway

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Press release from the issuing company

Los Angeles, CA – Starting today, household residents in the United States have the chance to win $1,000,000 in cash, a Nissan Leaf hybrid automobile or thousands of other prizes in a giveaway sponsored by Zumbox, Inc., the leader in digital postal mail services on the web.

Zumbox has created a digital mailbox for every street address (house, apartment, condominium or any other residence) in the US. Any resident can claim and verify the household Zumbox for their street address for free at www.zumbox.com for a chance to win. Zumbox is a safe, highly secure, private place on the Internet for every household to receive, manage and store their postal mail online instead of on paper.

More than 5,000 of the street addresses in the US have been randomly selected to receive instant-win prizes in their Zumbox, including $1,000,000 in cash, 20 Nissan Leaf hybrid automobiles, iPads and laptops, thousands of gift cards from Starbucks and Amazon.com and other valuable prizes - with total value close to $7 million. More than 650 winners are guaranteed per month.

The giveaway is open to any person over 18 years of age who claims and verifies their Zumbox digital mailbox, limited to four per household address, starting June 15, 2011. To enter the giveaway, residents simply claim and verify their Zumbox, a free digital mailbox tied to their street address. Inside each Zumbox is an instant-win envelope that, when opened, lets them know if they have won one of the thousands of prizes.

Whether a resident has won or not, they can tell their friends and family about the giveaway using Facebook, Twitter, email and other social media channels. If any of their referred friends win, the referring friend receives exactly the same prize, even if it is the $1,000,000 grand prize or an automobile. This means everyone has multiple chances to win.

Here's how to enter and see if you won:

  1. Visit www.zumbox.com and sign up by registering your street address to claim your Zumbox.
  2. Return to www.zumbox.com and enter the verification code delivered via the US Postal Service to verify residence at that street address.
  3. Check your Zumbox to see if you are the grand prize winner, or one of thousands of other prize winners, by opening the instant-win envelope inside.

"The time for moving from paper to digital postal mail has come. Every household benefits from saving time and eliminating the clutter of paper mail. They can replace file folders and bankers boxes with a digital archive of postal mail, delivered and stored for them automatically, forever, for free," said John Payne, CEO of Zumbox. "We all benefit from environmental gains like saving trees, getting postal trucks off the road and eliminating landfills. Now there is a third benefit. Check your Zumbox today to save yourself some time, save a tree and maybe even win a million dollars!"

Zumbox is the world's first digital postal system. It allows household residents to receive their important postal mail, such as bills, statements, insurance documents, warrantees, government mail, stock and brokerage disclosures and annual reports in one central online location, stored securely forever, for free. Digital postal mail is an exact copy of the mail and documents people receive today on paper, but is instead delivered digitally and securely online.

For more information on the giveaway, please visit www.zumbox.com/giveaway. See www.zumbox.com/html/zumbox_giveaway_rules.html for official giveaway rules.


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