Glens Falls, NY -- Finch Paper expects that anyone reading its new Value Guide will ask their printer for pricing on competitive papers, especially given that a full third of a typical print job's cost is paper.
In the Finch Value Guide, Finch Paper covers the variables that add up to "value" in the simplest, briefest and most engaging manner. Real data and colorful graphics combine to bring print customers and clients a complete understanding of factors that influence value-based paper buying decisions.
The Guide opens with the core value concept: getting more for your money. To achieve this goal, the Guide covers five facets of Finch Value: choice of weights, natural look and feel, sustainability, high quality and cost savings. The 12-page publication offers in-depth information, facts and illustrations on these key points to help clients discern the best value and options available in paper.
"The Value Guide is empowering," says Finch Paper vice president of sales and marketing, Anthony McDowell. "Certainly for papers like our own Finch Fine; designers, printers and marketers will see that it is possible to get a very high quality, green house sheet at an excellent price."
To order the Finch Value Guide, swatchbooks and printed samples, visit http://finchpaper.com/get-samples/index.php. Scroll down to the bottom left for the Finch Value Guide.
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