ROANOKE, VIRGINIA –November 11, 2010- Burris Computer Forms ® provider of Print-Your-OwnSM postcards and shipping labels, announces the addition of Olde Parchment Four-of-a-Kind PostcardsTM, Olde Parchment Note Cards and envelopes and Olde Parchment HalfFold Greeting Cards to the company’s Print-On-Demand FormsTM products.
Burris Four-of-a-Kind PostcardsTM are 5 1/2” x 4 1/4” and can provide a canvas for users to print whatever message or design they choose. The postcards are four per page on an 8 ½” x 11” sheet, with a micro perforation for easy separating. Burris Print-on-Demand Note CardsTM are 5 1/2” x 4 1/4” when folded and work well as business thank you cards, invitations, holiday cards, or announcements. The note cards are two per page on an 8 1/2” x 11” sheet with a micro perforation and score for easy separation and folding. Burris Blank Printable HalfFoldsTM are 5 1/5” x 8 ½” when folded and can provide a larger canvas for users to create their own greeting cards, holiday cards, invitations and announcements. The HalfFolds come one up on an 8 ½” x 11” sheet with a score line for easy folding. The addition of the Olde Parchment paper to Burris’ available product line provides customers with elegant, inexpensive choices for their business, marketing and messaging needs. It will help a message stand out in a sea of white envelopes and provide an elegant and professional look and appearance. The Olde Parchment products are made from 30% post-consumer recycled content and can be printed using inkjet or laser printers, as well as copiers. The Print-On-Demand FormsTM products can be used for several different mailings throughout the year and users can print as few or as many as needed, with “No wait. No waste.”SM
To learn more about the new Olde Parchment products, or to request free samples, simply go to http://www.pcforms.com or call Diane Emery at (800) 982-FORM (3676).
Headquartered in Roanoke, Virginia, Burris Computer Forms ® was founded in 1992 and is privately owned. Its website, http://www.pcforms.com, contains how-to articles, online tools such as the find-your-paper tool at http://www.pcforms.com/printer_specs.php, free downloadable templates, a newsletter, and a blog. Burris Computer Forms ® is a registered trademark of Jerry Guzi & Company, a Virginia corporation. ###
“We use the standard and jumbo postcards for sales and service related promotions… with Adobe Photoshop and Microsoft Word. I continue to use you because of the competitive price and the ease of ordering and shipping. You guys have always been good at checking up on me to see if I need anything without “hassling” like some companies do. We have found that postcards are more economical and have a better response than letters, which is why we continue to use them.”
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* Cost of a Four-of-a-Kind™ Postcard Standard White sheet is $0.12 or $0.03 per postcard; Black ink – $0.02 per side x 2 sides = $0.04 per sheet/ 4 postcards per sheet = $0.01 per postcard. Color ink – $0.10 per side x 2 sides = $0.20 per sheet/ 4 postcards per sheet = $0.05 per postcard. Final cost $0.04-$0.08 per postcard plus labor and postage. Postcard postage is $0.28 per postcard, for a total of $0.36 per mailed, color postcard vs. $0.44 for a first-class stamp (only).
Q: What is the distinction between when you are able to use the $.26 post card postage rate and the $.44 regular rate. Do you have to have one blank side to qualify for the postcard rate when it is mailing?
A: The current postcard rate is $0.28. Your card must be between 3.5”-4.25” high and 5”-6” long. You can have printing on both sides as long as there is still room for the address and postal bar code information.