Best Online Resource for Graphic Designers?
Participation is now closed. Please stay tuned for the results.
UPrinting, a leading online printing company that’s a well known supporter of the design community, has partnered with Six Revisions to give away five sets of 500 Die Cut Business Cards (a popular style among the design community) with free shipping anywhere in the U.S. (international winners just pay shipping costs) to five lucky Six Revisions readers. To participate, just vote for your favorite online resource for graphic designers.
How to Participate
In order to qualify to win a set of business cards, all you have to do is vote for your favorite online resource for graphic designers in the comments.
Format your vote in the following way:
Vote: URL/web address of your favorite online resource for graphic designers
Winners will be selected at random in a similar fashion as previous Six Revisions giveaways.
The giveaway will be open for 7 calendar days, ending on Wednesday, November 4, 2009; commenting will be disabled on this post at that date. The winners will be announced shortly, and the best way to stay tuned for the winners announcement post is by subscribing to the RSS feed.
UPrinting.comspecializes in providing affordable printing solutions for small businesses and creative professionals. Innovative services such as "Free Proofs Before you Pay" and "Instant Price Quotes on Custom Size Printing" have helped UPrinting grow a loyal customer base and succeed in a competitive market. The company offers products such as brochures, flyers, posters, canvas prints, postcards, letterheads, envelopes, stickers and clothing hang tags.
About the UPrinting business cards
UPrinting.com offers premium die cut business cards for people looking for something unique, yet practical. In addition, UPrinting is an eco-friendly printer and uses soy-based ink on high-quality recycled card stocks. With prices starting at under $35 dollars for 250 2.5" Round businesscards, everyone can afford to order a new set of stylish cards.
This was published on Oct 28, 2009