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size: 4.25 x 11

4/4

paper: 80# c2s w/aquous

quantity: 100M or 200M

 

email to richpdp@aol.com

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Hi Richard,

 

I have quoted the door hangers and sending you an email with the pricing.  If you have any questions or I can help further, please let me know.

 

Sincerely,

 

Pam Chambliss
Printing Representative

Beyer Printing, Inc.
Nashville, TN 37210
Cell - 615-713-8628
Phone 615-391-3303
Fax - 615-391-0466

1855 Air Lane Drive
Nashville, TN 37210

We can help Rich. Give us a call - 800-558-0514

Thanks,

Renee

Geez- that's a lot of door hangers. Because the qty is so high it wouldn't be anymore $ to get really creative with the  die-cut shape. This may also prove to have better ROI... a piece people will remember and keep.  Depending on your client this can be really interesting.  Email me to discuss ideas and get a custom quote: carlos.vargas@collectivecolor.com

 

 

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Want it to be very nice as Door Hangers, I think the material should be Aluminum sheet, sand blasting (or Brushed) and then printing. this will be very fine.But based on the qty and whether you customer accept the price or not, more cost than paper.

you can contact me via: zhs@xmcreator.com.

Best regards.

Welson

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