That's what I was told when I got my gillette razor when I turned 18.
Originally Posted by Masterkova
Here's my story:
Right after high school, I moved to a different state. Once in my new state, I sent in my Selective Service card, and got a new driver's license. I was living with my grandparents and so I didn't sign up for anything else like magazines or internet service, or utilities. nothing else. a few weeks later, I got my "free razor" in the mail. It wasn't forwarded from my last address. Gillette knew where I was and that I'd turned 18.
The only way they got this info is from Selective Service or the state of Georgia's DMV. I asked around and was told Selective Service.
Maybe that's a way for the government to offset spending costs...they sell address/birthday databases.
1918 Gillette Old - Robeson Shuredge 36-M-400 - Gem MMOC - EJDE89 - 58 Flare Tip