Contest: Win 1000 business cards from Jukeboxprint
Well, I am happy to announce that the next giveaway on GMBMFB is courtesy of Jukeboxprint.com!
I am giving away TWO (2) sets of 1,000 semi-gloss spot UV business cards (14 pt. double sided printing). This includes FREE delivery within Canada and the USA. :)
You may recall that I ordered my business cards from Jukeboxprint.com last month:
Their customer service team was top notch. I was also very impressed with the quality of the printing, and of the card stock. That’s what sets them apart from other print shops – beautiful heavy-duty paper stock makes your cards stand out. And don’t worry, if you don’t have the software (or the time to design your own cards from scratch), Jukeboxprint.com offers a free online business card creator, and the ability to download free card templates for you to custom modify. :)
There are THREE ways to enter (for a total of 3 possible entries):
- +1 entry: Tweet about the contest (copy and paste the following: “I just entered to win 1000 business cards from @jukeboxprint and @krystalatwork! Enter now! http://wp.me/pPQjl-2eY“).
- +1 entry: Follow @jukeboxprint on Twitter
- +1 entry: Comment on this blog post and tell me what you would use the business cards for.
- I am giving away two (2) sets of 1,000 business cards. Each person who enters is only eligible to win one (1) prize.
- Shipping is free within Canada and USA.
- Contest closes November 2, 2011 at 5pm PST.
- The winner will be picked using Random.org.
- If you are an anonymous commenter, please remember to leave your e-mail address in your comment, otherwise your entry will be disqualified.
Good luck! :)
P.S. The winners of The Wealthy Barber Returns book giveaway are… Tom Hanger, Morgan, Zoey, and Putri! CONGRATS! :) I’ve contacted all of you already, so check your e-mail!
Author: Krystal Yee
I’m a writer, personal finance blogger, and marketing professional based in Vancouver. I’m a former Toronto Star (Moneyville) columnist, author of The Beginner’s Guide to Saving and Investing, and co-founder of the Canadian Personal Finance Conference. When I’m not working, you can usually find me running, playing field hockey, or plotting my next adventure.