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Rock_Slatestone
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Vertical Response (www.verticalresponse.com) is really good and the high gloss postcards look fantastic. The also incorporate snail mail and email so you can keep everything(addresses and names) all in one system for all your projects.

Steven
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Spellbinder,

Postcard looks pretty good. I like the fact that you have printing in the areas where you may occasionally place a postage stamp or mailing label, this works great when you hand them out and when you mail them.

One idea that I'm toying with is to have 4 postcards printed on an 8.5" x 11" sheet. This way I can do an export from by database and a mail merge in MicroSoft Word. The end result is that the front of the post cards are customized with the child's name (e.g. Happy Birthday Chris!) and the back of the post card has the mailing address and stamp. I currently just use plain card stock and create my own graphics.

With this system I send out a customized "Happy Birthday Child's Name" card to all of my clients a couple of months before their birthday.

Cheers,

Cesar
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