Printing for Distribution

While much of what I do entails just the use of a computer, from start to finish, there does come a time when some of our data sheets, case studies, business cards, and white papers require printing. Kinko’s is all well and good for less “in your face” projects, but sometimes you really have to leave it to the professionals.

Allow me to introduce PrintingForLess.com. The name, similar to those link-harvesting sites such as PrintingForLess.comCheapAirfare.com and FreeStuff.com, is misleading; I have used them for nearly two years now, and have no plans to use anyone else because the quality of their work really is that good. On top of that, they are extremely focused on the customer’s happiness, seemingly a rare thing in this day and age, and they are quite affordable.

So, if you’re looking to do some large-scale print jobs (250 or more pieces), definitely take a look at their site. You won’t be disappointed.

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