Hundreds of Love Letters For New York City Baristas Pour In

 

New York City baristas, expect something special in your work stockings this holiday season. The folks at More Love Letters have just concluded their submission campaign for real live pen to paper letters that will be delivered to baristas throughout Manhattan during the second week of December!

Here’s some more from those bunch of quirky sweethearts at More Love Leters:

Last November, we invaded New York City with love letters for baristas & latte makers alike at some of the busiest coffee shops on the avenues. We had so much fun with the experience that we could not resist bringing the Barista Bundles back again. This time we are hand-delivering them, mailing them, and dropping them all over the place, and we need your help!

We are calling on you for this fun-filled holiday mission, just in time for the season of thanks & giving: Rope your love for lattes, your cravings for caffeine, your gratitude for the ones who really get appreciation, all into a love letter this season. Instead of grumbling like the Grinch, help us thank the ones who make our season extra foamy + sweet.

During the second week of December, some of the More Love Letters team will be mapping out a route across Manhattan, hand-delivering letters, and documenting the deliveries throughout the day for all of you watch… Live love letter tweeting + vlogs with our lattes?! Yes, please!

You can check out some of the samples from last year’s letter writing campaign here. We can’t wait to see what this year’s crop looks like, and we’ll be following up with our barista friends in NYC when the letters start appearing next week. Follow @moreloveletters on Twitter for more details!

Are you a excited for the holiday season? Sound off in the comments below!

Comments

  1. Belch says

    I would like to echo Flex’s sentiments on the topic. I too find that we as a society have strayed too far from the traditional values of Christmas (can I still say Christmas or do I have to say holidays so no one gets all PC on me?)

    There’s a lot we can do in the spirit of the season that doesn’t include dollar signs and government mailing stamps. How about you offer to rake your neighbor’s leaves? Or perhaps you can help someone cross the street?

    Think about it. Just a thought.

    Belch

  2. says

    I, for one, am looking forward to the holidays being over. Every year I’m reminded of just how far we’ve come from the traditional values and meanings of the season.

    Just one man’s opinion.

    Flex

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