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Pampered Chef postcards and display signs
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Communicating your image consistently shows professionalism and helps define brand recognition. The effective use of print collateragraphic design today is to visually grab your prospects attention through any form of print materials.

Although the web has become the dominant source for customers to perform due diligence before making their buying decisions print collateral is certainly not dead. However, the use of marketing materials has certainly evolved. Prior to the Web the only way a company had to communicate its message was through tangible materials. Of course this is not the case today. The trend in effective use of print collateral today is to visually grab the prospects attention and make an impactful statement in as few words as possible. Materials such as brochures, post cards and other presentation materials should drive prospects to either call you for more information or visit your Web site. Is that the goal of your current print collateral materials?

Brochures
Note Cards
Stationary
Business Cards
Catalogs
Presentation Folders
Magazines
Annual Reports
Flyers/ Ad Slicks
Post Cards
Media Kits
Trade Show Elements
Outdoor Advertising (Billboards)
Banners
Displays
Signage