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Order Quiet Items

Here you can order merchandise that quietly expresses your preference for quiet.

For more information, please get in touch below:

Right to Quiet Society
#359, 1985 Wallace Street, Vancouver BC, Canada V6R 4H4
Or phone or email your order
Phone: (604) 222-0207 ~e-mail: info@quiet.org

Please pay by cheque or money order.

Fractured noise
Globe man
Bumper sticker

Right to Quiet T-Shirt
T-Shirt
For a higher-resolution picture of the T-shirt, Click here.

Merchandise order form

Item

Price

Quantity

Total

Set of 10 Muzak comment cards
(5J + 5L, or your choice, up to a total of 10) Cards are Described below.

$1.50

 

 

1 sheet of 20 round adhesive stickers with our globe-man in blue, and a Noise Hurts?? caption in red

$3.50

 

 

quiet bumper stickers

$3.00 each or 4 for $10.00

 

 

Noise T-shirts. Shirts are white, with Noise in red text, and Globe-man in blue.
Size: M____ L ____ XL ____

$17 each

 

 

Sub total no sales tax,

 

 

 

just applicable postage will be added to the total price.

Total merchandise

 

 

 

Note:
The comment cards are leave-behinds that tell cafes whether you had a pleasant, quiet experience in their establishment, or an unpleasant, noisy experience.

Did you know?

The New York City Council, by a 40-9 vote, approved an ordinance prohibiting the use of cell phones at public performances.
The preamble to Jamaica's 1997 Noise Abatement Act reads, "The level of noise in Jamaica both by day and by night has become truly appalling and it is affecting the health and welfare of the nation."

Madrid, Spain has launched a blitz to curb the widespread bellowing, honking, carousing, slot machines, TVs, nighttime construction and other vexatious behaviours which have become endemic in that city.



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