Record donations have been achieved by a charity following a successful mailing campaign produced on an Intec envelope printer.
Mail Processing Services (MPS) in Lakeland, Central Florida printed hundreds of envelopes on an Intec
HPP500 for Evans Fight, a small diabetes charity in Florida.
“A little kid with diabetes had drawn a picture and spilt some water on it,” explains Robbie Yelvington, owner of MPS. “I wanted to use that picture on the envelope because the biggest challenge is getting the envelope opened and I felt that this could work.
“We then used variable data software to put a handwritten note on each envelope. The result was an awesome success.”
He adds: “We didn’t have $300 of work coming in for the Intec when we first purchased it but since advertising that we have this machine not a day goes by when we’re not running something on it.”
MPS is a full service letter shop, which processes mail for 100 customers ranging from small businesses through to
Fortune 500 companies such as Marriott International, Inc., the global hotel operator. MPS currently employs 20 staff although it plans to take on a further 10 people when it acquires another business.
MPS owns three Konica Minolta Bizhubs: 1200 pro, C7000 and C6500, three Xerox: 250, 4110 and 4590, a Harmada 2345, two AB Dick: 9995 and 9810.