Another Great Design By AllRED Graphics

socalkol

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I was preparing my marketing for spring and realized I needed a mailer. Reached out to AllRED Graphics and he provided me with this great product that I look forward to starting to distribute as soon as I get back from Houston. I can't wait!

If you need any graphics design work get ahold of AllRED Graphics, they do great work at affordable prices you won't regret it!


 

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Vince Wood

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Excellent job. I have 1 question though, I always thought the stamp was supposed to go on the upper right hand corner? Just thought I'd ask before you had a bunch of them printed up.
 

"Red"

Graphic Designer
EDDM states it should be on the upper half, but I'm been told by several other designers (that actually do some of their own mailings) that the USPS isn't that picky just so long as it's on there. The cards usually go straight from the counter to the carriers, so there's no machine reading them. Unless some employee gets overly observant and knows the details of the program, I doubt there will be any problem. If any reports do come back, I'll definitely change the location in the future to avoid any issues.

I've personally seen examples (that were actually mailed) with with the indicia at the bottom, in the middle, running down the edge from top to bottom (on the lower half), in two different spots (top right / lower area)... I actually have one here that I received last week with the indicia on the low left corner turned 90 degrees clockwise. Looks weird, but it went through the system. I don't think there's too much to be concern about, but if there is an issue, I'll make it right.
 

Timothy

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EDDM states it should be on the upper half, but I'm been told by several other designers (that actually do some of their own mailings) that the USPS isn't that picky just so long as it's on there. The cards usually go straight from the counter to the carriers, so there's no machine reading them. Unless some employee gets overly observant and knows the details of the program, I doubt there will be any problem. If any reports do come back, I'll definitely change the location in the future to avoid any issues.

I've personally seen examples (that were actually mailed) with with the indicia at the bottom, in the middle, running down the edge from top to bottom (on the lower half), in two different spots (top right / lower area)... I actually have one here that I received last week with the indicia on the low left corner turned 90 degrees clockwise. Looks weird, but it went through the system. I don't think there's too much to be concern about, but if there is an issue, I'll make it right.

You are correct Derrel, the USPS simply requires that the indicia and simplified address be in the "upper half".

For what it's worth, they have also dropped the *****ECRWSS******* requirement from the address portion on retail EDDM as well.
 

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Vince Wood

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That's still a great deal Jeff is offering for up to 1800 square feet. I don't know very much about Georgia pricing but here I charge a minimum $285 for just a driveway cleaning. $185 if it's in my city or the next city over.

When I'm ready to have new postcards designed though I'll be calling you Red.
 

socalkol

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Always critics! Just kidding. Nope its only house wash with square footage and vinyl caveat. Anything above will br extra and will be up selling roof concrete or gutter scrub.

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