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5/20/08 2:24am - Original Message: 'C3VR Business Cards'
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I know there are widow flyer's we can print up to give out at car shows but has anyone ever just wanted to reach into there wallet to give the club info to someone? I also seem to get so many flyer's at shows for upcoming events that I am sure most people just throw them out as I do. I think when most people get a business card it goes into their wallet and they will remember later that they have it. You can also give them out when you see a C3 in a parking lot or just driving. What does everyone think?
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5/20/08 6:47am - Reply: 'C3VR Business Cards'
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Thats a good idea.  I always have a folder of C3VR flyers in my car when I am at a show or cruise but I like the idea of the business card size plug for the forum. Crossfire19822008-05-20 12:34:51

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5/20/08 6:55am - Reply: 'C3VR Business Cards'
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Hey Todd, great idea Thumbs%20Up  I've actually made a C3VR card for handing out, I just have not had them printed yet.  When I get back from Indy maybe I could get them printed and get some out to members.

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5/20/08 7:09am - Reply: 'C3VR Business Cards'
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My son's car club has been do it for a few years now and he says it works great. When ever they see a car that fits their club they put it on the windshied or give it to the owner and they have gotten a lot of new members with them.
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5/20/08 7:17am - Reply: 'C3VR Business Cards'
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#1-1974 L-48 4spd Cp Med Red Metallic/Black deluxe int w/AC/tilt/tele./p/w-p/b/ Am-Fm/map light National/Regional/Chapter NCRS "Top Flight" #2-1985 Bright Red/Carmine Cp.L-98/auto Member: NCRS, NCRS Texas, Corvette Legends of Texas

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Perhaps Adam could have someone(a C3VR member) design a card that C3VR members could download from the site, and print as needed. This would keep costs to the site at pretty much 0, and make them available to anyone that needed them.
This is what NCRS has done recently...after over 30 years, we can now print out NCRS member cards from the web-site. The same idea could apply here. Just put it in an area accessible ONLY to paid members, and let them print away!

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5/20/08 11:10am - Reply: 'C3VR Business Cards'
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Keep it simple.
C3VR logo and tag line.
Web address.
Picture of Adam's Vette.
What more do we need?


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5/20/08 11:25am - Reply: 'C3VR Business Cards'
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5/20/08 2:09pm - Reply: 'C3VR Business Cards'
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I totally agree with this card idea, easy to give out and fits in your wallet! One other idea would also be a magnet type like a dash plaque, it can go on your fridge or toolbox.Big%20smile

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5/20/08 2:20pm - Reply: 'C3VR Business Cards'
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[QUOTE=dwright]Keep it simple.
C3VR logo and tag line.
Web address.
Picture of Adam's Vette.
What more do we need?
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How about each member can add his or her name to thier cards if they want to before they print them.
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5/20/08 2:31pm - Reply: 'C3VR Business Cards'
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The one that I have made up just has the logo and web address on front and site features on the back. It also has a line on the back like below.
 
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So the member handing them out could write their name in.  I'll get some made up when I get back from Indy Thumbs%20Up
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5/20/08 4:26pm - Reply: 'C3VR Business Cards'
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I like this idea. I make my own business cards with Microsoft Home Publisher. If need I'm sure I can come up with something. I agree with DaveW. Keep it simple.

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5/20/08 11:51pm - Reply: 'C3VR Business Cards'
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Make it in MS Word for Avery business cards and everyone can add their personal information to it.   If I get a chance I will see what I can come up with in the next couple of days.

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5/21/08 7:03am - Reply: 'C3VR Business Cards'
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Like the other members I think the idea has merit. I especially would like to do this at shows or events where I have had the pleasure to sign a member up. It would be a great reference point for them in the begining.



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5/21/08 1:32pm - Reply: 'C3VR Business Cards'
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Great idea on the cards and MS Word for personalizing!!

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5/21/08 8:59pm - Reply: 'C3VR Business Cards'
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#1-1974 L-48 4spd Cp Med Red Metallic/Black deluxe int w/AC/tilt/tele./p/w-p/b/ Am-Fm/map light National/Regional/Chapter NCRS "Top Flight" #2-1985 Bright Red/Carmine Cp.L-98/auto Member: NCRS, NCRS Texas, Corvette Legends of Texas

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Took me 5 minutes to do these on MS Word...

(I had to reformat it to a jpeg file so I could upload it here, so the quality suffered a little, but...you get the idea. )

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5/21/08 9:57pm - Reply: 'C3VR Business Cards'
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[QUOTE=767REP]I know there are widow flyer's we can print up to give out at car shows but has anyone ever just wanted to reach into there wallet to give the club info to someone? I also seem to get so many flyer's at shows for upcoming events that I am sure most people just throw them out as I do. I think when most people get a business card it goes into their wallet and they will remember later that they have it. You can also give them out when you see a C3 in a parking lot or just driving. What does everyone think?[/QUOTE]
 
Hey where can I find the window flyers?


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5/21/08 10:40pm - Reply: 'C3VR Business Cards'
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Terry and everyone else.
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