Being Bruce -: We have a ball sending custom cards - Week 2

Monday, November 1, 2010

We have a ball sending custom cards - Week 2

As you know, Marge and I utilize custom printed greeting cards we create with SendOutCards as one of our primary ways to keep in touch with people.

We love to take photos of folks and put those pictures in cards that we later send as thank you's or notes of appreciation.

Here are the fronts and insides of some of the two dozen or so cards we sent in the past two weeks:

Here's the front of a card we sent to Monica Clark and Kerry Kasotsky of K&M Speed Networking:

Here's the inside:

Here's a birthday card we sent to Dana Fisher:
The inside:

Johnny Mercer, Director of the Wilmington Regional Film Commission spoke at a meeting I attended, so I sent him this card:
Here's the inside:

Our friend Sidney Rabon of Cape Fear Chem-Dry Carpet Cleaning (whose passion is cooking for crowds):
The inside:

A card I sent after meeting Rita Tatum and Amy Lowrance of the Ocean Isle branch of East Carolina Bank:
The inside:

A card we sent to Brandon Sneed after meeting him at his book signing at RBRBooks in Leland:

And last, the front of a card we sent to several friends for Halloween:
 It's fun to use custom greeting cards for business (as well as for personal use). All you do is create them on your computer and then hit send and the company prints, stuffs, stamps, and mails them. And, to top that off, each of these cards costs only .93 (plus .44 in postage with a real, first class stamp on the envelope).

A great deal.

If you're looking for an effective, easy, low cost, and very personal way to keep in touch with your clients, contacts, or referral sources, using cards like this can be highly cost effective.

We invite you to send a card on us, absolutely free, to see what it's like. Just go to our web site and click on 'send a free card'.

If you're wondering about whether using the SendOutCards service would make sense for you, answer these 3 questions:
  1. Do you send cards and gifts?
  2. Do you know anyone who sends cards and gifts?
  3. Would you like to make money whenever you or anyone you know sends cards and gifts?
If you answered 'yes' to the first question, it might make sense for  you to be a SendOutCards customer.

If you answered 'yes' to questions 2. and 3., it might make sense for you to be a SendOutCards distributor.

All it takes to find out if either does make sense for you is to watch a 15 minute video, which you can see on our site After you watch it you'll know if it makes sense for you.