Tired of your dull old business cards? Ready for a change? Or perhaps your business focus has changed and your old cards just don’t communicate all of your abilities? Luckily Uprinting and thriftymommastips are here to help.
I love business cards and stationery. I am forever recreating and tweaking my business as a digital media professional because that is frankly the nature of our business – ever evolving. So what happens when I need to communicate a change of focus to what I do? Well I end up hunting for new cards and shaping a new design. Is it time for you to do the same. Well Uprinting is more than capable. Uprinting.com
makes posters, pamphlets, business cards, vinyl signs and a host of other products. Uprinting is offering 250 business cards free to one of my United States readers.
GIVEAWAY DETAILs: Open to US only. Ends March 2nd at midnight.
To enter you must be 18 or over and a US resident
250 pcs. Die Cut Business Cards for One (1) Winner
1.75″ x 3.5″, 2″ x 3.5″, or 2″ x 2″; 2.5″ Diameter (Circle)
Rounded Corners, Leaf, Rounded Single-Corner, Half-Circle Side, or Circle
14pt Cardstock Gloss/Matte/High Gloss (UV), or 13pt Cardstock Uncoated
6 Business Days Turnaround *Free shipping
TO WIN: 1. Leave me a comment here stating how you would use the business cards. Leave me a way to contact you if you win.
2. Google Plus: Plus 1 (+1 ) UPrinting homepage. here.
3. Tweet how you will use the business cards if you win the giveaway and at the end of the message include the UPrinting homepage URL (http://www.uprinting.com/). here.
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This giveaway is open to US residents only, 18 years old and above.
No prize substitutions allowed.
Winners are allowed to win once over a six-month period.
Only email addresses used for the giveaway will be eligible to claim the prize.
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