Business card printer BizCard Xpress (http://www.businesscards-kansascity.com) has announced its Kansas City Small Business Appreciation Month, which features the Jumpstart Your Business Special. This special offers area businesspeople 500 business cards, two magnetic vehicle signs, 100, 2-part carbonless forms, and 500 flyers for $99 while supplies last or until the end of June. “This is a great way for a new business to get its name out there or for an older one to remind people that it exists,” says spokesman Peter Decker.
With the upsurge in online printing companies, offline printers find that they often need to remind people why going to a local printer is often a superior choice. It turns out that local printers are definite kings when it comes to speed, says Decker. If someone orders fast service at an online printer, it will still take days for the product to arrive at the customer’s door. People who buy business cards in Kansas City, on the other hand, are close enough to enjoy true same day delivery.
Artwork is also unique at local printers, while their online counterparts use catalogs of generic artwork. If an online customer wants something unique, the design will usually have to be drawn up by the customer or an outside artist before being uploaded. “We don’t make customers go through that hassle to get a unique design,” Decker noted. “We have trained graphic designers in-house, so our customers don’t have to worry about where they’ll get their graphics and layout.”
Like most printers, BizCard Express offers a number of other products that businesses can use to promote their existence, featured products, sales, and more. “Some of our most popular products are banners,” Decker says. “These are great for drawing attention to particular sales or events.”
Another popular product, according to Decker, is yard signs. These are often used for advertising sales, but they can also be used to help people navigate or to highlight other business signage. As the latest BizCard Xpress sale shows, the company also offers flyers, forms, and even magnetic signs for vehicles.
A look at the BizCard Express website at businesscards-kansas city.com reveals another big benefit of ordering printing locally: a wider variety of options. Instead of having only two or three choices, customers can choose from seven types of paper, alternative substrates like plastic, foil, or metal, flat or raised ink, and more. This is a much bigger range of options than those offered by companies like VistaPrint.
“One other thing people really like about dealing locally is the ability to talk to a real person about the various options.” Decker adds. “Our clerks can show samples of many of the possibilities, and this can never be matched by looking at pictures on a screen.”
About BizCard Xpress in Kansas City:
BizCard Express in Kansas City is a local printer that focuses on business cards, banners, yard signs, and more. It offers a complete package that makes it easy to get everything a new business needs for self-promotion.
Visit http://www.businesscards-kansascity.com for more information.
Name: Peter Decker
Organization: BizCard Xpress in Kansas City
Phone: (816) 459-7552