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PsPrint Pre-Designed Business Cards and Postcards Broaden Suite of Design, Print, Mail Services

Press release from the issuing company

OAKLAND, Calif., June 19 -- PsPrint, a leading provider of integrated design, printing, and mailing services for small businesses, today introduced Design It!, an online gallery of customizable business card and postcard templates designed for use by specific industries.

Organizations with no design staff and limited marketing budgets can use Design It! to quickly and cost-effectively create the top-quality promotional materials they need to powerfully communicate with their prospects and customers. Designers, too, can take advantage of Design It! templates, jumpstarting the design process before adding their unique value.

Design It provides pre-designed professional-looking templates-more than hundreds of business cards and postcards-for industries ranging from Arts & Entertainment and Automotive, to Computers & IT and Construction, to Religious & Spiritual and Restaurants.

"It's hard to grow your business if you're not connecting, in a professional way, with all the people who may need your products and services," said Dave Lessing, Vice President, Sales and Marketing, PsPrint.

"Design It! opens the door for companies that, until now, lacked the design expertise and dollars to effectively engage their larger audience on demand. It will also help designers work much more quickly."

With the addition of Design It!, PsPrint now offers a comprehensive menu of coordinated print, mail, and general design services. Small and medium businesses, including design shops and independent designers, say they partner with PsPrint, a single vendor with facilities on both coasts, for the company's affordable, high-quality services and products as well as quick turnaround.

"Design It! further solidifies PsPrint's standing as the one-stop marketing resource for small and medium business," said Lessing. "Our clients can choose all the services they need and still enjoy a single, web-based 'design-through-mailing' workflow they can manage themselves."