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Attention All Freelancers: Win Free Business Cards from PrintRunner!

Date July 29, 2010

Every freelancer must learn to be a master of self-marketing, and having memorable and effective business cards can go a long way toward strengthening professional connections, generating leads and improving client relations. And, of course, there’s nothing easier than ordering your new business cards online – except perhaps winning a free set from PrintRunner.com!

 

PrintRunner.com is a Southern California-based online printing company that has established a reputation for providing high quality printed products at affordable prices with attentive customer service, including design assistance. The company offers a wide array of printing services in addition to business cards, including brochures, flyers, posters and more.

 

Now, PrintRunner is providing three lucky Freelance Sprout readers with a chance to win a set of 250 business cards – absolutely free! The cards come on premium 14-pt card stock with water-resistant UV coating, so you don’t have to worry about your contact info smearing or smudging. Winners will have a number of options available to them, including full color, black and white, one-sided or two-sided cards. PrintRunner accepts custom designs, or you can choose from among the hundreds of free templates available to customers.

 

If you would like to win a set of custom business cards from PrintRunner, simply leave a comment on this post with your name and how you plan to use your new cards to further your freelancing business.  I do moderate comments so your comment will not appear for a while.  This giveaway will end on August 31, 2010 at 11:59PM, and winners will be contacted via email with instructions to redeem their prize.

 

No purchase necessary. This contest is open to U.S. residents age 18 and up who are not an employee or the relative of an employee of PrintRunner LLC. Only one entry per person will be accepted. Good luck!

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