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The Value of Sales Sheets to your business

Posted: December 30th, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: Bindery, Mailing | No Comments »

Marketing can take up most of your business budget. Because marketing is critical for building brand name and recognition, it is important to use effective, attractive, and compelling marketing materials. Sales sheets are a great way to provide information about your products or services. Sales sheets or mini brochures are a four-panel, double sized business card. They can showcase your business in full color and tell a story. What do you do when a prospective customer asks for information about your products or services? Develop a one-page product or service sales sheet. You will find lots of uses for it: trade shows, leave-behinds for sales appointments, and packing inserts. You can also send them in response to phone or e-mail requests.

Your business can feature your products and services on a sales sheet in a way that a standard business card cannot. Today's business and marketing goals are to get your message across. But you need to look for ways to do this that give you the best value for your advertising dollar while combining quality and price. A sales sheet does this by stimulating business and attracting attention. Add photographs, pricing information and a call to action to pique customer appeal and you have a piece of marketing material that is able to present your products and services in the most compelling and cost effective way.

Lastly, make sure the print quality is aligned with the image and value you are trying to project.

Walking In The Spring Arbor Community Can Promote Brain Health

Posted: December 30th, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: Uncategorized | No Comments »

A new study published in the online issue of Neurology, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology, shows that walking at least six miles a day may protect brain health as individuals age. The thirteen year study, examining 299 cognitively healthy adults, found that those who walked the most reduced the risk of developing memory problems. Walking may protect brain size over time, in turn preserving memory and overall brain health. This could help prevent some early symptoms of dementia as it keeps your brain working, much like doing brain exercises such as crossword puzzles.

Seniors at Spring Arbor  is encouraged to walk around our lovely community or enjoy some of the activities we have to offer. Being able to even walk from your residence to the main building is also a good way to get walking into your normal routine. We have groups that participate in walking groups, strength training, yoga, tai chi and more. Contact us today to find out more about Alzheimer's care and assisted living.

Recently A Bill Was Passed For Alzheimer’s Patients

Posted: December 30th, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: Uncategorized | No Comments »

Congress recently sent a bill to the President’s desk that would significantly impact the future wellbeing of our nation’s aging population. The National Alzheimer’s Project Act (NAPA), a bipartisan bill, aims to combat Alzheimer’s with the same determination with which we have worked to prevent and treat AIDS and cancer. If enacted as expected, the main goals of the bill will be to:

  •  Launch a campaign within the federal government to overcome Alzheimer’s disease.
  • Establish an inter-agency Advisory Council to develop with the Secretary of Health and Human Services a coordinated National Alzheimers Disease Plan.
  • Comprehensively address the federal government’s efforts on Alzheimers research, care, institutional services, and home- and community-based programs.
  • Accelerate the development of treatments that would prevent, halt, or reverse the course of Alzheimers disease.
  • Decrease health disparities by ensuring ethnic and racial populations at higher risk for Alzheimers receive much-needed care and services.

As compared with the AIDS and cancer federal agendas, combating Alzheimers is unique in that there are no survivors. It is up to advocacy organizations, such as the Alzheimer’s Association, to organize caregivers, eldercare professionals, and those with Alzheimer’s that can tell their story, to provide valuable information and feedback to this new federal office. If you know a loved one that has been diagnosed with this affliction contact us today and we'll be happy to help in anyway possible.

Many Vermont Casting and Quadra-Fire Woodstove Clearance Opportunities Remain

Posted: December 30th, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: Uncategorized | No Comments »

We received feedback from customers that our specials on Vermont Casting Wood Pellet Stove are simply the best buying opportunity across the entire region.  The same is being said of our great deals on Quadra-Fire Gas Stoves.  Of  course we already knew this to be true, but it is great to receive your independent confirmation.

Take a look at our “Specials Page” and you will see that there are plenty of exceptional offerings still out there.  For instance, the St. Croix York Pellet Stove is still available at a STEEP 25% discount.  Vermont Casting products are still available at 20% discounts with floor models being offered at even better savings yet.   

Stop by or call (508) 969-4844 to discuss the wide range of clearance opportunities that are still available.