Has the recession got you down? It seems these days, everyone’s blaming everything on the recession. Ad sales are down, blame it on the recession; business is slow, blame it on the recession; tourism numbers are down (actually they were up, more on that later), blame it on the recession; my iPhone is working and 3G is great but sometimes it just doesn’t seem to pick up in brick buildings, under bridges or in between condo towers, blame it on the recession!!
We’ve teamed up with local businesses, friends, and ourselves and decided to offer a little relief in the form of giving all kinds of stuff away. In fact, as long as people keep giving us stuff to give away, we’ll keep giving it away to you!
So, here’s what we’re giving away this week:
100 Two Color, One Sided 3.5 x 2 inch Business Cards, printed on high-quality hand-made paper. The winner gets their choice from 3 custom designs and let me tell you these cards are sweet. Everything from Fresh Impression is done by hand on a Letterpress, and if you’re not familiar with what a Letterpress is: it is a rather large mechanical piece of machinery that imprints a custom design on really thick paper. While it “presses” the patter/design, it inlays ink that is applied by hand to a “plate” leaving an inked “impression” that leaves a HUGE impact on your customers.
If you have any questions about letterpress or if you want to see samples of their work, you can contact the guys at Fresh Impression.
To win, just post a comment below telling us how you are going to use the cards, and yes, feel free to plug your business. At the end of the week (or next Monday, rather) we’ll draw one lucky person from all the comments and put you in touch with the Fresh Impression guys. Be sure to use your correct name and email address so we can get in touch with you.
If you are a local business and want FREE ADVERTISING on the most read web site exclusively about Panama City Beach, email me and tell me what you have to give away and we’ll get you in line for the PCB Stimulus Giveaway!Print Story