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    Hey,

    I got my new business cards today and I found a small error/ misprint in them!

    See if you can find it! I'm deciding if I should have them reprinted.

    Tell me what you think



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    15 year old teenager in the business!

    Luke Gilbert
    LG Yard Services
    Casper, WY


    http://www.lgyardservice.com/index.html


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    ( Sorry the pics are kinda blurry) and you can't see my logo on the front! LOL)


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    15 year old teenager in the business!

    Luke Gilbert
    LG Yard Services
    Casper, WY


    http://www.lgyardservice.com/index.html

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    • #3
      Oh sorry about that. I see two spelling errors on the back. I would reprint them otherwise you won't come across in the best light. It would work against you.
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      • #4
        Quote[/b] ]Oh sorry about that. I see two spelling errors on the back. I would reprint them otherwise you won't come across in the best light. It would work against you.
        Yes i am. Do you see the "evaluation" and "estimate"?
        15 year old teenager in the business!

        Luke Gilbert
        LG Yard Services
        Casper, WY


        http://www.lgyardservice.com/index.html

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        • #5
          Yes. I am glad you caught it too! They will look nice. How are you making them?
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          • #6
            I would NEVER hand that card out...

            Definately have them re-printed.

            Sucks that they are so messed up...did you proof them?
            Tara Gray
            Green Paws Lawn Care
            http://www.greenpawslawncare.com

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            • #7
              Quote[/b] ]Yes. I am glad you caught it too! They will look nice. How are you making them?
              I made them through Vista Print on the internet and I already have a new order placed with everything corrected. They aare reprinting them for free and also gave me a $10 store credit.

              Quote[/b] ]I would NEVER hand that card out...

              Definately have them re-printed.

              Sucks that they are so messed up...did you proof them?
              And yes I wouldn'y hand them out either. Luckily i caught it before i handed them out, right?

              But actaully it's probably a little of my fault cause I proof read them and I didn't even catch the errors.

              Luke
              15 year old teenager in the business!

              Luke Gilbert
              LG Yard Services
              Casper, WY


              http://www.lgyardservice.com/index.html

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              • #8
                I am glad they are replacing them

                Ya live and you learn...Every day is a new lesson.

                It is good that you caught the errors before you started handing them out
                Tara Gray
                Green Paws Lawn Care
                http://www.greenpawslawncare.com

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                • #9
                  Yeah I guess I learn from mistakes

                  Thanks

                  Luke
                  15 year old teenager in the business!

                  Luke Gilbert
                  LG Yard Services
                  Casper, WY


                  http://www.lgyardservice.com/index.html

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                  • #10
                    Quote[/b] (LGYardService @ Dec. 20 2007,7:02)]Yeah I guess I learn from mistakes *
                    You never stop....

                    Trust me on this one...

                    Just the other night the guys were in an accident on one of our busiest interstates during rush hour traffic *some guy just decided to come right over on them*

                    Luckily my husband managed to keep the truck under control and did not hit anyone else or the interstate wall BUT...

                    My husbands brand new ATV that he got early for Christmas flew out the back of the truck and smashed about a quarter mile down into the interstate *lucky again it didn't hit another car*

                    What did he learn...what can we all learn from this???

                    NEVER put anything in the back of your truck without STRAPPING it down!!

                    That and since the guy who hit him decided to keep on driving always remember...when in an accident I don't care how much in shock you are DO YOUR VERY BEST to write a license plate number down

                    Nope...ya never stop learning
                    Tara Gray
                    Green Paws Lawn Care
                    http://www.greenpawslawncare.com

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                    • #11
                      You can use the bad cards to drop in drawnings they have for business owners. The ones where you just drop your business card in.

                      Thats what I do with my old ones or misprints. I won a free dinner at Dennys 2 times in the card drawing. They do it where I get my hair cut to.

                      Just an idea so they don't go completely to waste.

                      Also you can go to walmart and get a stack of 100 peel and stick business card magnets for about $17. You just peel off the paper and stick your card on there. If the misprint is on the back you can stick them on there and send them out with your invoices or keep them handy to give out to people. Thats what I do.
                      Rob
                      Green Image Lawn & Landscape

                      \"If you don't feel the same way about Friday nights as you do Sunday nights, then you are not doing the right thing.\"

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                      • #12
                        Quote[/b] (FourSeasons @ Dec. 20 2007,10:37)]You can use the bad cards to drop in drawnings they have for business owners. The ones where you just drop your business card in.

                        Thats what I do with my old ones or misprints. I won a free dinner at Dennys 2 times in the card drawing. They do it where I get my hair cut to.

                        Just an idea so they don't go completely to waste.

                        Also you can go to walmart and get a stack of 100 peel and stick business card magnets for about $17. You just peel off the paper and stick your card on there. If the misprint is on the back you can stick them on there and send them out with your invoices or keep them handy to give out to people. Thats what I do.
                        Those are great ideas!!
                        Tara Gray
                        Green Paws Lawn Care
                        http://www.greenpawslawncare.com

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                        • #13
                          With the magnet idea, you could also take those big flat ones that have calendars and such printed on them and glue them to the back of the cards. Then just cut the magnets around the cards, and voila!

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                          • #14
                            Nice ideas Rob!
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                            • #15
                              Those are all great ideas!


                              Yeah, it would be a waste to not use the bad cards anymore. I think i'm going to make magnets like you guys said and then just keep the others ones around. Yeah i could use them to drop in drawings, too!

                              Thanks for he ideads!

                              Luke
                              15 year old teenager in the business!

                              Luke Gilbert
                              LG Yard Services
                              Casper, WY


                              http://www.lgyardservice.com/index.html

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