I saw an ad by the
United States Post Office the other day and it extolled the virtues of using
paper as a storage medium. Invoices that lead the way to paid bills stored in a
drawer rather than lost or hacked in cyberspace.
It got me thinking
about those notes I have stuck to my fridge.
Some are just that, notes. But
many others are really ads; From my real estate agent, a place to write notes. From my insurance man with reminders of what
to do in an emergency. From my dentist
about my next appointment. From the car
dealer about my next service.
Wow, all these printed
communications that are part ad and part friendly reminders or helpful
hints. Guess what, I do keep them, and
use them and post them on my fridge.
You could consider
giving customers a note pad that has coupons interspersed through-out the pad
with different offers to entice customers to come in on days that are typically
slow ones. That way you stay top of
mind and get increased traffic on days that you need it.
You could even partner
with nearby business and place coupons for each other on notepads given out a
the different locations. That way, say
four businesses could share in new traffic and have a reduced cost promotion
for the new year.
You can use dollar
shaped coupons and even leave the amount areas blank and fill them in when they
are sold or given to your customers.
You can validate those coupons with employee initials or a uniquely
shaped paper punch in one of the areas meant for the dollar amount.
Ok, the smell of
printers ink in the morning. Kind of
reminds me of that old saying “Printer’s Ink in Your Veins” or now “Pixels in
my Pocket!” and they all lead to “Notes on the Fridge” Ads with a place to call
Be creative, make your
next printed ad have a home on the Fridge.
Want help with your next
print advertisement? Call MI Printing 623.582.1302 and lets us be your local resource.
It doesn’t seem fair you get just a day (Christmas Day in fact) to recover from the holiday rush and here you are dealing with after holiday crush. And for some business this after holiday crush may be the best part or at least the most profitable part of their year. I have talked with some business owners who claim that single days during the Christmas season can equal a whole months of sales dollars during slower parts of the year. Of course you are also competing with the big box stores for the sales dollars they are attracting with super low sales prices on merchandise that didn’t move as well as hoped for during the Christmas sales drives. So how do you compete with Flat Screen TVs for prices that are the best around? First, do the big box stores really have more than a few of the super low priced units in stock? Male sure you are “in stock” during your promotions. Nothing seems to make a customer madder than to find a pushy salesperson trying to convince them to buy what is in stock, rather than the advertised specials. It is even worse to find that the two they had at that price sold minutes after the doors opened on December 26th. You can have flyers going round in your business location that feature your best items to your potential customers. If possible make sure that if you are out-of-stock you can either fill orders quickly or have a good alternative product with the same or similar specifications as a substitute purchase. You sales staff can always make sure to check the stock on hand when a customer questions availability rather than a quick response of “We sold those out hours ago”. It can make a customer a bit more satisfied if they think they just missed the last one rather than be told they are hours late. If they can hear “We have an even better one for just a few dollars more”. That message from a sales person (and make sure it is accurate) can even help to save the situation. Make sure that the message is not that the item out of stock was inferior but that the substitute is even better. If you really don’t have what the customer wants or needs you can always fall back on the Macy’s idea of sending a customer to your competition this one time and you have a grateful customer still who remembers you first for your truth and honesty. What more could you ask? Let MI Printing help you with your next handout, flyer or brochure. Give us a call so we can help you tell a better story. We are as close as your phone 623.582.1302. Presented By MI Printing Phone: 623.582.1302 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org http://printinginaz.com
Business Envelopes, #10 White Envelopes 1000 for just $52.00 Black Ink on front from customer supplied art (PDF Format) plus Sales tax if applicable. To receive discount please mention this ad. Many times the first impression a person will have with your company is to handle and open correspondence that arrives in your company envelope. There’s something about receiving a custom printed business envelope. You can feel the importance and significance of any document with the help of logo, printing and the quality of the paper. In fact, correct envelope printing adds greatly to the image and credibility of a company. While your letterheads are standards for businesses and companies, the envelopes that carry that important document can not be a poor quality product. Business envelope printing is crucial because it contributes to the image of professionalism and reliability that a company projects. The image of a company can be picked up from the documents that they produce and use in communications with the public. Your company's formality and credibility is also reflected in your envelopes. Envelopes in fact, have the power to affect a response from the recipients whether its favorable or not. Depending on the look, appearance, color and quality, your envelope can greatly influence the way your recipients think about you and your company's message. Contact Matt or Paula at MI Printing for help with your professional quality business envelopes. 623-582-1302 Presented By MI Printing Phone: 623.582.1302 Email: email@example.com http://printinginaz.com
Have you paid too much attention to decorating your retail stores with all the bells and whistles for Christmas Sales but forgotten about your after Christmas run on what ever is left over, on sale or being closed-out. Chances are you’re not alone. While the day (or week) after Christmas is famous for refunds and exchanges it is also a great time for sales. I know a person who owns a string of restaurants that likes to say the best thing about restaurants is that they don’t have to give after Christmas refunds. Yes, people are going to return items because they don’t like the color, they don’t fit or in some cases they don’t work. Sometimes they even return things for other strange or bizarre reasons. A pet store reports that a puppy was returned because the girlfriend was allergic to “Cats.” Can you turn a return into an exchange? Rather than have your money leave through the front door make sure that every refund is done with an eye to capturing that customer with a brands new sale. If people are waiting in line have an employee hand out sales and special flyers to those waiting in the refund line. You can even offer a special dollar incentives as part of the refund process if they will spend in the store today or will accept an in store gift card as the refund currency. You don’t want to make it sound mandatory but as an incentive to spend more in your store. If possible make it sound like their idea by having signs suggest the better percentage of using the in store credit or card. Of course it can also be helpful to make sure a retuned product is actually a fault rather than a customer use error. Yes, this takes more time and requires more staff but can lead to much higher customer satisfaction. Not to mention they get to keep and use the gift. So save your refund stories and ideas for turning refunds into new sales. We will be glad to publish your stories and experiences in up coming blogs with full credit for you and your business establishment. No real prizes, but may a whole lot of fun reading. Ways to Confuse Santa: Leave a note and explain that you have moved and include a map. Need to have a creative twist to your next commercial printing job? Let MI Printing work with you on your next handout, flyer or brochure to make your message stand-out and be remembered. Give MI Printing a call at 623.582.1302. Presented By MI Printing Phone: 623.582.1302 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org printinginaz.com
Just six shopping days till Christmas and there are still tips that can help you get more out of these last minute sales days. Guide Your Customers' Experience Organize your products in a way that makes it easy for customers to zero in on what they're looking for. Group items into categories such as "Gifts for Him," "Gifts for Her," "Toys for Ages 2-4," etc. Offer Gift Certificates Explains Rincon, "Many buyers don't know exactly what to get, and a gift certificate is a great alternative." With online delivery, buyers can purchase all the way up to, and even on Christmas Day and still have purchases reach their recipients on time. Gift Certificates are great sales ideas for restaurants and service based business. It gives your customers a way to share your products with their friends and loved ones. Offer Gift Wrapping And Gift Cards People shop online to save time and avoid hassles. They don't have time to physically receive the gifts they order, then wrap and resend them. By providing this service, you add value to your products and gain a competitive edge. Offer Wish Lists Many shopping cart systems already have a wish list feature built in. Shoppers should be able to choose what they like from your site, create a list, and store it there for other buyers to reference, or have it emailed directly to them. Offer Free Delivery And Set-Up You're not taking a loss here — you're just building those costs into your price. According to a survey by Shopping.org, seventy-five percent of consumers view free shipping as a major selling point. When they don't have to calculate those extra fees, it's that much simpler and more convenient for them. So in the end, both you and your customer are happy. Ways to Confuse Santa: Instead of Christmas ornaments decorate your tree with Easter Eggs. If you are looking for someplace to have your Gift Certificates printed give us a call here at MI Printing 623.582.1302. Presented By MI Printing, LLC Phone: 623.582.1302 Email: email@example.com
We are now seven shopping days to Christmas counting today and Christmas Eve. Many shoppers are still buying Christmas gifts and some out there haven’t even started their Christmas shopping. You know who you are. These last minute shoppers tend to be men rather than women, but not always. To capture their attention in these final shopping days you may want to use some in your face displays and what appears to be ready to give gifts. Make it easy and simple for them to choose these last minute items. If possible, you can sell pre-wrapped gifts to make it even easier to both buy and give the item. The idea of making gift giving easy is why the sock, fruit or umbrella of the month clubs exist. Remember now is the season when the bigger sign really means a better buy. As the last minute panic sets in, easy trumps price as the primary reason for the selection. If size can be eliminated so much the better and one-size-fits-all dances in the eyes of the buyer. Signs saying 1 for $5.00 or 3 for $20 begin to make sense to those with more money than time. If you think now is a state of panic wait until this weekend when the shopping days are fewer than fingers on one hand. People begin to hope for credit card limits to be increased at the last minute to make buying even easier and more guilt free. Panic phone calls begin going out to Figis and Hickory Farms for chocolates, summer sausages and cheese dips of all flavors with a chaser of FedEx overnight to complete their order. Last minute orders to HSN and QVC because you really can shop at 3AM. Gift cards and cash in envelops round out the panic. Displays in stores begin to look herds of reindeers have been shopping. Smile, we have just 365 days before we do this week all over again. Ways to Confuse Santa: Leave Santa a copy of your Christmas list with last minute changes and corrections. If you are looking at doing some printed advertising instead of the online variety give us a call here at MI Printing 623.582.1302. Presented By MI Printing, LLC Phone: 623.582.1302 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Their beginnings are traced back to a family named Goelitz. When two young brothers emigrated from Germany to make their mark in America, they set the family on its candymaking course. In 1869, just two years after arriving in America, Gustav Goelitz bought an ice cream and candy store in Belleville, Ill., and his brother, Albert was sent out in a horse drawn wagon to sell their sweets to nearby communities. The great-great jelly bean ancestor first appeared in the 1800s, but jelly candies of one kind or another have been around for thousands of years. "Turkish delight, " a citrus, honey and rose water jell, has been putting smiles on kids' faces since biblical times. When the penny candy craze came along in America during the late 1800's, candy makers began experimenting with sugar candies. The jelly candy inspired by Turkish delight was shaped into a bean and given a soft shell using a French process called "panning". The first jelly bean was created by an American candy maker whose name has since been lost in time. Although the penny candy boom waned a bit when America fell in love with chocolate in the early 1900's, there was a real chocolate shortage when most chocolate went to overseas troops during World War II. So, patriotic Americans once again discovered their urge for non-chocolate sweet treats like common, candy store jelly beans. In 1960 along came 19-year-old Herman Goelitz Rowland, Sr., fourth generation candy maker who planned to carry on the family candy business. The times were lean for his family's Oakland, Calif., business which was best known for making candy corn. In a leap of faith that boggles the mind today, Herm and his family decided to expand and begin making jelly beans, Chocolate Dutch Mints®, America's first gummi bears, and jells. Giant jelly beans, regular jelly beans, miniature jelly beans, all sorts of styles were pouring out of the candy factory. The extra touch that became a signature for the company were jelly beans with flavors cooked into the center and in the shells using the very best ingredients regardless of cost — simply terrific tasting jelly beans. In 1967 some of those beans managed to catch the attention of the Governor of California, Ronald Reagan. Throughout his two terms in office, the Governor ate Herm's jelly beans and ultimately wrote that famous letter saying "we can hardly start a meeting or make a decision without passing around the jar of jelly beans." (You can see a replica of the letter at the Jelly Belly Visitor Center). Location: One Jelly Belly Lane Fairfield CA 94533 - 800-522-3267 Website: http://www.jellybelly.com Do you want your business printing made in the U.S.A.? Then please contact MI Printing and tell us about your printing needs. We are ready to listen and help. Presented By MI Printing, LLC Phone: 623.582.1302 Email: email@example.com http://printinginaz.com
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Now why would a local commercial and business printing company tell you about making or using online Holiday videos? We are here to help you be successful in any way we can knowing that as we help you – you will remember us when you need printing done for your business. I think an example might be in order. Here is a video on how to make a very crafty holiday wreath. Now if you sell yarn you could make a similar video, in your store showing the same kind of idea. Or you could offer a sales kit with everything needed for this idea and then use a flyer with a link to the video so your customers can find out how to make it. You could also set up a screen where your shoppers could watch the video right in your store. Here is the link: http://youtu.be/69wvg72M_L4 So there it is a pre-made idea for you folks that are selling notions or craft goods. So you would like a second idea? Let’s see what we can come up with for you. How about a feel good old time production number on a grand scale. Now I know this is beyond your budgets but is sure fun to watch and is a great Christmas promotion. It is done on a grand scale. But you could do one in your store with your employees singing a Christmas Carol and inviting folks to come to your store or place of business and giving them a big thank you for doing business with you over the last year. All you have to do is post it to YouTube and let your customers know it is there. Just a quick little hand out. You could also play it back on a computer or TV set in your business. You can see what T-Mobile did for their Christmas Carol. Here is the second link: http://youtu.be/vcmfCXwAFs4 So grab your camera ad put up a great holiday story about your business or what you can do for decorating on a budget…. Need to have a creative twist to your next commercial printing job? Let MI Printing work with you on your next handout, flyer or brochure to make your message stand-out and be remembered. Give MI Printing a call at 623.582.1302. Presented By MI Printing Phone: 623.582.1302 Email: email@example.com printinginaz.com
We are all familiar with "The Twelve Days of Christmas" an English Christmas carol that enumerates a series of increasingly grand gifts given on each of the twelve days of Christmas. Textual evidence suggests the song, first published in England in 1780, may be French in origin. The time signature of this song is not constant, unlike most popular music. This irregular meter perhaps speaks for the song's folk origin. What can you do as a small business using a series of promotions for the 12 days before Christmas? You can use a printed flyer that has 12 suggestions for gifts that can be purchased from your store. If you are a restaurant you could have a series of 12 deserts or holiday meals that your customers could partake of. You don’t want to make a customer come back 12 different times to fulfill their purchases. The customer may turn into the Grinch under those circumstances. If you want to break up their visits you could do it at three visits with purchases of 4 items or choices each time. Best for your customers may be at least two visits with purchases of 6 items or choices each time. Keep in mind that the more customer visits you have the more sales you should have. So whenever possible you want return customer visits. If you are a clothing store your flyer could feature a complete outfit that is broken down into twelve pieces. You could do a hat, scarf, blouse, vest, sweater, coat, gloves, belt, skirt or trousers, socks and shoes. If you can combine these with a holiday theme or colors so much the better. You can sell them as a set or over the twelve days or have twelve different outfits at one per day. Be creative and have fun with your 12 days of Christmas. If you are a hardware store you could always give coupons with each purchase that gives a special price for each of 12 different tools or needed parts for home improvements. No matter what you sell, even services you can do some holiday theme items even if you need to create new titles so they can follow along with you 12 days of Christmas plans. Need to have a creative twist to your next commercial printing job? Let MI Printing work with you on your next handout, flyer or brochure to make your message stand-out and be remembered. Give MI Printing a call at 623.582.1302. Presented By MI Printing Phone: 623.582.1302 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org printinginaz.com
Arrange Your Merchandise So It’s Easily Shopable: People like to buy from stores that are easy to shop, so have your products arranged appropriately, grouping items as necessary. Signage should be clear, what’s on sale, what’s not, and what the price is. Have Enough Product On Hand: You’ll want to have three to four times as much product as you expect in sales for the season. Keep your backstock handy and the displays fully stocked. Create the desire to buy with an abundance of product choices so customers can each find something to buy. Demonstrate, Demonstrate, Demonstrate: Most products can be demonstrated and demos do increase sales if they’re done right. Train your employees on how to run a proper demonstration. Don’t leave it up to the employee to develop a strong demo pitch. Focus On Upselling And Add-on Sales: Determine which products can be paired up for sale together, to increase the value of any given sale and which products have more expensive or upgraded models that salespeople can suggest customers consider. Use Pay Incentives To Motivate: Make sure your salespeople can earn a commission or SPIFFS (Special Pay Incentives For Fast Sales) to encourage higher sales. Set specific sales goals. Make Your Store A “Happy Place” To Encourage Sales: First, set the tone for your business by staying positive and focused throughout the season. Second, give your salespeople proper care and feeding. When your guests approach your store, your salespeople need to be relatively content, meaning they’ve had their breaks when appropriate and are pleased to see your customers. Hire Enthusiastic Salespeople Who Have A Passion For Your Products: Talk to the people already in love with your product: your best customers. Their passion for your product will show in your sales. Your best customers just might be interested in receiving an employee discount, earning some extra money during the holiday season and spreading the good news about your merchandise. Collect All The Customer Data You Can: Capture each customer’s name, mailing address,phone number and email address. On a regular basis email your customer base to offer incentives and specials to entice them to come back and purchase again. Start an email newsletter for your customers. Include up-to-date information about your products, announcements of new lines and special promotions or discounts.
Make Product Knowledge A Priority: Make sure your salespeople know your products’ features and benefits inside out. Teach them strategies for being assertive but not aggressive in their sales approach. Review how different types of customers view your products and what features and benefits appeal most to each group. Holiday Wisdom: Holiday party strategy. Paint your nose red and wear antlers. Complain that you never get to join in on any reindeer games. If you are looking at doing some printed advertising this holiday season give us a call here at MI Printing 623.582.1302. Presented By MI Printing, LLC Phone: 623.582.1302 Email: email@example.com
In every field of human endeavor there is a select group of individuals who are given credit for making such major contributions that they become synonymous with their achievements. In the area of firearms development, one name that must be included on that honored roster is Benjamin Tyler Henry. His invention: The Henry Rifle. It was Mr. Henry who conceived the first practical, lever action repeating rifle. Patented in 1860, the Henry gave a single man the firepower of a dozen marksmen armed with muzzle-loading muskets. America was engulfed in the searing flames of the Civil War, and the first Henry rifles were in the hands of Union soldiers by mid 1862. Due to its revolutionary design and rapid rate of fire, the Henry quickly found popularity both with the military and civilian purchasers. Early sales were especially brisk in Kentucky, Illinois, Missouri and Indiana. The Henry rifle would go on to play a significant, if not dominant role in the frontier days of the American West. It would soon become one of the most legendary, respected and sought after rifles in the history of firearms. A contemporary rifle collection isn't complete without one. Today, the Henry Repeating Arms Company, a descendant of the venerable gunmaker, makes its home in Bayonne, New Jersey. From our inception our goal has been to manufacture a line of classic, well-crafted firearms that every enthusiast would find readily affordable. Every single part in each Henry rifle is made in America, and engineered with features that other gun makers often charge twice the price for. For that reason, our corporate motto is “Made in America and Priced Right”. They're confident that you'll enjoy and be proud to own any of the firearms in their ever growing family of Henry rifles. The Henry Lever Action, well known for its reliability, accuracy, handsome looks and smooth action, is available in .22 LR, .22 Magnum, and the new .17 HMR varmint cartridge. To purchase any one of Henry Repeating Arms rifles, you must do so through a licensed firearms dealer. They cannot sell their rifles directly to you. Henry rifles are available from the finest gun shops and sporting goods retailers around the country. Henry Repeating Arms 59 East 1st Street Bayonne, NJ 07002 • Phone 201-858-4400 Website: http://henryrepeating.com Do you want your business printing made in the U.S.A.? Then please contact MI Printing and tell us about your printing needs. We are ready to listen and help. Presented By MI Printing, LLC Phone: 623.582.1302 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org http://printinginaz.com
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At MI Printing we can take care of all of your business printing needs. Fast Turn Around, Great Service and Fair Pricing are what we are known for. Need to know more about all the uses for business banners? Learn about the many options for your trade shows and events. Please give us a call at 623-582-1302. Sales tax, if necessary, is not included. For best results a PDF file is required for the customer supplied artwork. Please call if you have questions about setting-up for large displays and banners. Presented By MI Printing Phone: 623.582.1302 Email: email@example.com
Learning to get more from every relationship your business has is a great target for an improved bottom-line. You can consider this aspect for both customers and suppliers. If each customer can be enticed to either buy more per visit or to purchase a more profitable up-scaled product that is a good example of learning to get more per visit. You need to ask every supplier to see what they can do for you in addition to selling you products, what can they do to help you sell their products. Make sure you are taking advantage of every thing they offer. Your sales rep may not be telling you the whole story. Does the company offer co-op advertising dollars? Do they offer a different discount range with different product buys. You need to find out if they offer a discount for product pick-up Vs delivered product and if that can make good dollars and sense for your company. The price you can buy for is often more important to profitability than the price you can sell for. Do you track your average dollar income for every customer visit? Do you factor in the customer visits that end with the customer leaving with no purchase being made? Do you reach out to a no purchase visitor and try to find out what is the reason that they visited and made no purchase? Once you understand why, can you reduce the number of no purchase visits? Do you have a program in-place to improve how your associates are “selling” to your customers? Commission incentives are nice for the sales associate but costly to the bottom line. Contests, prizes and recognition can be both more effective and less expensive motivations than commission increases. Sales training has an upfront cost but can be very effective in supporting sales and profit growth. Learning to be better at both buying and selling can be very effective ways to make your business more profitable. Holiday Wisdom; There are a lot of things money can’t buy, but none of them are on my Christmas list. – Joan Rivers. If you are looking at doing some printed advertising instead of the glow in the dark variety give us a call here at MI Printing 623.582.1302. Presented By MI Printing, LLC Phone: 623.582.1302 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
During this time of holiday gift giving would it not be nice to give every customer a gift or bonus as a thank you for their business? Some of your competitors do just that. It may be something as simple as holiday greeting card. Yes, just that simple. Some business give out a yearly calendar. Other business provide every customer with a gift certificate in an amount based on their spending during the year. These gifts are a good way of reminding a customer that you appreciate their business. These gifts help keep you top-of-mind during the coming year. I have a to-do-list hanging on my refrigerator that was a gift last year, from a real estate agent, and it gets used a least once a week and I, at least subconsciously, am reminded of that business every time I use that simple pad of paper. More than that, if I leave my list behind somewhere there is at least one more possible impression of that business to a new and potential customer. I know a restaurant that gives out holiday coupons to every customer. The coupon thanks the loyal customer and invites them back (next year) to use the coupon on a future purchase. You could use variations of this idea in many ways. You could go so far as to make up a coupon book for the next year and have a different special every month. Coupon books are far cheaper than newspaper ads and more effective to promote a return visit. Yes, it is only aimed at existing customers. You can also give out special coupons to customer that they give to friends, inviting their friends to try out a two for one offer for a favorite meal of the existing customer. Think of this as a very personalized version of word-of-mouth or social media posts. Nothing is better than a recommendation that has a special promo to go with it. If you choose to give your better customers a business novelty gift, make sure it of good quality. I got a flashlight designed for my keyring the other day and while it looked very nice, it fell apart inside my purse the very next day. That experience didn’t make me feel very happy about the gift giver’s choice or leave me with a great feeling about their quality. I related the story to a fellow businessman and he promptly gave me a flash light that he gives out to his customers. Very well made (all metal) and brighter (3 LEDs). You can guess who’s advertising I am carrying around and using now. Which business do you think I remember fondly? Holiday Wisdom; The moment you stop believing in Santa Claus is the moment you start getting clothes for Christmas! Promotions and food for thought from MI Printing. Your local resource for business printing. Fast, fair and friendly, give us a call and see what we can do for your business. 623.582.1302 Presented By MI Printing, LLC Phone: 623.582.1302 Email: email@example.com printinginaz.com
Nobody likes to wait for sales to begin their holiday shopping! So you should try some tested advertising ideas to give a new dimension to your business earnings. Apply every possible policy to market your products. Ads and Relation Building: While so many other ploys are noted above there is some other successful and old holiday advertising ideas - coupons, post cards, e-cards etc. These items are generally sent to help maintain or build better relationships with customer (potential ones too) and the sellers or the service providers. But with the greetings you can tactfully let the reader or the viewers know about your new products or the services for sure. Content Marketing: All of us surf the internet for information and we do like to visit informative sites. This is why as one of the holiday advertising ideas - content marketing has come to the fore! Just think if you can inform people about the importance of holidays and the rituals! Just the articles have to be placed in good article directories. Intelligently infuse some information about your product or services in these articles. Whereas blog articles provide you best freedom to describe, highlight your products and services with text and images. So do prioritize blogging as one of the fruitful holiday advertising ideas. Press Releases: When you are launching new product or services for the holiday seasons, you should use press release to market or advertise those new arrivals. Both on internet and in print media you can provide the information to people about the products or services. With proper story line you could impress the readers and they will pay a visit to your website or business place for sure. Press releases are also considerably beneficial as one of the holiday advertising ideas for the power of good copy writing. Use of Social Networks: It is not to mention that nowadays social networks are highly popular among all ages of people. Millions of profiles are existent and hardly there is an educated person who does not know the name like Facebook or the Twitter! Almost all social networking sites provide businesses to showcase ads. You can easily throw your ads on these sites. Now this type of ads is one of the most successful holiday advertising ideas. Spending a few bucks for ads on Facebook, you may find huge returns. Holiday Wisdom Anyone who believes that men are the equal of women has never seen a man trying to wrap a present. Let MI Printing help you with your next handout, flyer or brochure. Give us a call so we can help you tell a better story. We are as close as your phone 623.582.1302. Presented By MI Printing, LLC Phone: 623.582.1302 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org http://printinginaz.com
The Cerreta Candy Company is an old family owned business. Founded 40 years ago, by Jim Cerreta, Sr. who learned candy making in his father-in-law’s factory in Ohio. Jim passed the trade to his entire family. Today four of Jim’s sons are actively involved in every aspect of the candy business. Jim, Jr. is in charge of the caramel operation, where he makes caramel, Camelbacks, and caramel popcorn. Joe oversees production of the cream centers, where he combines modern methods with old fashion candy making techniques. Jerry is the chocolate man. He covers the caramels and cream centers made by his brothers with the robust chocolate covering that makes Cerreta’s chocolate so distinctive. Sales to the grocery and retail trade, running of the in-house store, mail-order operations and overseeing the web site are handled by Joner. Even the wives get into the act. Joe’s wife Marisa gives daily tours to the public, and her enthusiasm is contagious! Marisa & Joe’s sons work in the factory in the summer. These two boys represent Cerreta’s fourth generation of candy makers. It’s this deep family involvement and their time honored authentic production methods which ensure the highest possible quality and homemade taste of every piece of Cerreta Candy from the caramels to the chocolates.
The Cerreta’s strive to create a fun, lively atmosphere where everyone can see candy magic being made. Take a special guided tour of our family owned hometown candy factory. We’ll show you how a sea of caramel becomes wrapped tempting taste treats. Learn how cream centers are enrobed in luscious chocolate. 30-minute guided tours are offered Monday through Friday at 10am and 1pm. For groups of 30 or more, please call (623) 930-1000 and arrange for a private tour. Cerreta’s is located on the southeast corner of 54th and Glendale avenues in Historic Downtown Glendale, Arizona, 1/2 mile east of Murphy Park and just 15 minutes from downtown Phoenix. http://www.cerreta.com Do you want your business printing made in the U.S.A.? Then please contact MI Printing and tell us about your printing needs. We are ready to listen and help. Presented By MI Printing, LLC Phone: 623.582.1302 Email: email@example.com http://printinginaz.com