LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT US:
Small conservative land investment company located in Scottsdale, Arizona.
HERE IS WHAT WE NEED:
Coordinated design for letterhead, business cards, #10 envelopes, and Avery 5164 mailing labels (6-up 3 1/3"H X 4"W). Prefer black and gray only (no color). Perhaps one additonal color. Prefer lettering only (no logo). Need electronic files for each that can be used by a professional printer to print stationary. Also need the letterhead in MS Word 2003 format for two reasons; 1) we would like to be able to e-mail letters on letterhead in MS Word 2003 without having to scan the letterhead or finished letter each time, and 2) we may print letterhead individually on each letter on laser printer as it is produced (instead of having the letterhead printed by a printer). However, the business cards, #10 envelopes, and Avery 5164 mailing labels will need to be printed by a professional printer.
OUR TARGET AUDIENCE IS:
For correspondence with conservative individual investors 40 to 70 years old.
WE LIKE THESE DESIGNS:
Berry & Damore Letterhead.doc - we like this simple design in black and gray. This is a law firm located in Scottsdale. FLI .doc- this is a weak attempt to imitate the Berry & Damore letterhead. However, it does contain all of the pertinent information to be included on the letterhead. The business card should include the same information, plus my name (Doug Finney). The envelope and mailing labels should omit the telephone number and e-mail address, but should include the phrase "Address Service Requested" below the return address. The return address on the Avery 5164 mailing labels should be toward the top of each mailing label. The automatic scanning devices of the U. S. Post Office pick up the zip code furthest down on each label and use it to route the envelope. If the return address zip code is at the bottom of the label, the mail gets mis-routed. We print everything in Arial 12 point, so whatever typeface is used should coordinate with that.
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