I’ll quickly sum up all of those prior posts to say that I ordered some business cards.
Anyway, I have finally ordered some business cards, which should arrive before my in-person event next week.
I was able to follow the progress of my order via a handy dandy link to the shipper’s website. I won’t name the shipper, but it does a lot of federal business and offers a variety of services, including express services.
Initially the service said that my cards wouldn’t arrive until this week, but then the anticipated delivery date was revised to Tuesday, August 10.
So I watched as my package moved from Henderson, Nevada to Bloomington, California, less than 20 miles from Bredemarket’s world headquarters.
The package stayed in Bloomington for a few days before moving again.
To Deming, New Mexico.
My last report indicated that the package had arrived in Fort Worth, Texas, and would be delivered by Thursday, August 19.
The day AFTER my meeting.
I guess I should have ordered business cards a year ago. Oh well, better late than never.
But I have a workaround. I’ve created a handout that includes an image of my business card.
It won’t fit in a business card holder, but it’s better than nothing.
Incidentally, I haven’t bothered to upload the PDF of this particular data sheet to the Bredemarket website, since it’s really intended for in-person distribution. If you want to find out about the Bredemarket 400 and Bredemarket 2800 services, you can skip the QR codes and just use these links:
- Bredemarket 400 Short Writing Service: PDF, web page
- Bredemarket 2800 Medium Writing Service: PDF, web page
And there’s one service that I DON’T mention on this particular sheet (except for my reference to “other services”) because it’s not of primary interest to the market I’m addressing in my meeting this week. However, if your needs don’t fit into a standard package, Bredemarket can offer services at an hourly rate. This service (Bredemarket 4000 Long Writing Service) doesn’t have a PDF handout, but does have a web page.
Which I just updated with the details from my revision to my content creation process.
Again, better late than never.