Giveaway: 100 5 x 7 Postcards from PrintRunner

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For this giveaway, we’ve teamed up with our friends at PrintRunner to give one lucky reader 100 5 x 7 postcards, perfect for promoting your art.  Interested? Read on for the details!

About PrintRunner

PrintRunner.com was established with little more than a small press and a dream. Ten years later our company became one of the foremost quality printers in Southern California. Our commitment to provide the best value and high quality full color printing at affordable price made our company grow.  PrintRunner is a full service high quality printing company located in Chatsworth, California. Try PrintRunner’s postcard printing through their online printing services.

Giveaway Details

Postcard Size: Postcards 5×7

Quantity: 100

Colors: 4/0 Front Only Printing

Paper: 14 PT. UV Coating on Front,

Rounded Corners: Yes

Proof: None

Ready to Ship In: 4 Business Days

Standard shipping is free. Expedited shipping will be shouldered by the winner.

*Giveaway is open to US Residents only, ages 18 years old and above.

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How to Win

For a chance to win, simply answer the following question in the comments:

  • What would you do with your 100 postcards?

Deadlines

Our submission deadline is May 29, 2012. Our winner will be notified via email on 31 May 2012, as well as announced in a separate post. Why not subscribe to our RSS feed so that you can be quickly notified when the winner announcement post has been published?

Our thanks to PrintRunner for providing us this giveaway. EBSQ will be compensated with postcards as well for hosting this event.

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43 thoughts on “Giveaway: 100 5 x 7 Postcards from PrintRunner

  1. I would pass them out at the farmers market and other venues to help get the word out about my cremains jewelry and pendants. Postcards seems less likely to get lost in the shuffle than business cards, which I have been putting out with less success than I hoped for.

  2. When I’ve been at various Art Fairs; I love seeing, and collecting, postcards from other Artists. They stand out more than business cards. I would use the 100 postcards to promote my artwork; if I should win. This is a great opportunity! Thank you!!!

  3. I prefer to market myself from my intimate circle first and let it expand from there. How I would use 100 post cards is to put on it my favorite most recent art and mail them to the 100 favorite people in my personal life which includes family, neighbors, friends, people I do business with in and out of the arts and also to some people who collect my art. That would be the best use of them. Written on it I would request that they show the card to other people in their lives who they think would like my art in their circles. Art is very personable and people like to have art from people close to them in some way. In this way the people who love me will have a piece of me. This would be the best use of 100 post cards. Thank you.

  4. Thank you for this opportunity. The printed word is more special to people than digital text. I would put an image on the card of my artwork that had the most universal appeal. The text would include my contact info and website. I would mail it to my friends, family, collectors, and distribute the card to local businesses and venues. A personal visit or handing out of the card would be a great way to get the word out of who I am and what I do.

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  6. The post cards would be a real stand out for promoting my art at Art Fairs and othe venues.
    I would also include one when shipping my paintings to customers.

  7. What wouldn’t I do? But to start me off:

    1. Use them as a business card that makes a statement!
    2. Glue to the back of my framed photography as a “label”
    3. Send via snail mail in fancy envelopes to friends who prefer penmanship over broadcasting on FB to stick on their fridge.
    4. Order more from Print Runner when I run out of the first 100!

  8. These would be great to give away and use for other promotions. I have actually been shopping around for a print on demand postcard supplier, so that I can begin offering honest to goodness postcards of some of my most popular prints in my shops.

  9. I would market myself to a few business in my home town, visit some galleries in Dallas and Ft.Worth that carry my type content, then send the rest to my customers who have spent 100.00 or more this past year with me. Thanks for the opportunity.

  10. Enter me in the contest! I would use the postcards to help promote my work at a painting class that I teach. I leave business cards at the local art supply store where I teach this class, but the postcards would really grab attention.

  11. I would use 100 postcards as a prompt to previous customers whom I have not heard from for a while. Naturally I would have to come up with some interesting comment that would intrigue them to visit my ETSY shop.

  12. Photography shows itself off better 5×7 than on a business card, so my pretty pictures will stand out more, and not get set aside so easily, and I can either personalize the back with my info, or just mail them as postcards to my friends. Either way I’m a winner! 😉

  13. I would use the postcards to promote a beauty portrait shoot week in July that I’m doing in combination with a local makeup artist.

  14. Wow! i need those!
    I have art shows coming up this summer, and I offer a “custom pet portraits” service. I would use them to promote this, and hand out to potential customers.
    I hope I win!!!!

  15. I would use them as giant business cards. Unusual size business cards stick in people’s minds. I’ve been using mini cards lately. Large cards should make a larger impact!

  16. Thanks for this opportunity. I am recently retired and have been loving my creativity and have started marketing my art. Winning 100 postcards would be a great way to introduce & let people see my style of art and info about myself.

  17. I would use them as a way to expand my world, to get my art “out there “, and to take a step, no, a giant leap out of my comfort zone.

    “Life begins where your comfort zone ends”

    Thank you

  18. I could certainly use postcards to promote an upcoming gallery show as well as online venues where my work is displayed. The 5×7″ size would make an attractive print to display or collect as well as share information.

  19. I would use the postcards in place of business cards in my shipments. I often get pet portrait commissions from the cards as many who buy my paintings don’t know I do them.

  20. I am a new artist and could definitely use these to promote my abstract acrylic paintings. This is something I never thought I would pursue but painting has become my passion. I am now starting to incorporate different media into my piece and am loving the results. Would love to see what the world thinks.

  21. Thank you so much for this opportunity. I would use the post cards to reconnect with former art collectors that I have not touched base with in over a year, I tend to use News Letters and I think something nice in the snail mail box is a wonderful way to remind them that you are greatful to have them as a collector. I am also interested in PrintRunner’s product line. I have not used them and it would give me a chance to see the product.
    Thanks Again

  22. I would use my postcards to promoto our town and its historical values toward our town’s 150 year celebration in 2014. It would be a chance to do something to help my community

  23. I would frame one, send 10 to family members so they could be proud of me and the rest would be used at trade shows, art shows, promotional mail outs and to send to pen pals….yes, some of us still have those! What a wonderful opportunity and props to whomever is the lucky cat who wins! Good luck everyone!!!! 🙂

  24. Re-birthday cards for all my burn survivor friends! We celebrate the anniversary of their burn injury as their rebirth- just as the phoenix rose from the ashes!

  25. I would give them to my artist friend Julie Hollis,to help promote her fantastic artwork and gallery 🙂 and hopefully get a bit of discount on my next purchase from her 🙂

  26. Hi, what wonderful ideas here, and thank you for running this opportunity.

    I would use these to showcase some new art I am pursuing and am excited about. I would send them to all my cllients and friends and on the back I would list innovative things they could do with them:
    Put them in a picture frame and hang in a tiny space
    Create a greeting card and pass it onwards
    Use it as a bookmark
    Hand it to someone who needs a pick me up.
    I would also use these to hand to anyone I network with just because I can.
    I would number them 1 to 100 and for the person who gets the 100th card, I would offer a free businees card makeover using the unique design opportunities offered and then get them printed by Printrunner.
    I would pass on my enthusiasm for my art and colors using this wonderful opportunity.
    Thank you for the chance.

  27. I was a geologist for 30 years before I became disabled and could no longer work full time and had to go on disability. I have spent the past three years working a business plan that hopefully ends with me being a profitable artist. During the past three years I have constructed a portfolio that combines my loves in life; earth science, sculpting and painting. My art is classified as 2D art. A portion of my portfolio can be seen at http://www.geoism-art.com. August, 2012 is the start date of the marketing phase of my business plan, which includes a one man show at a local gallery here in Oklahoma City, OK. I would use the post cards as an announcement to my show. I would have an art image on the front and details regard the show on the back. Thanks PrintRunner for your kindness. Joeallen

  28. What I would like to do if I would win is hand them out to passer by’s at the gallery when we have special events where I show my art, talk a little to the people and give them the opportunity to see my art on their own time.

  29. Thank you for this opportunity!! I have online shops that I am wanting to advertise so I would get them for that – to pass out and mail. Rather than writing the addresses on scraps of paper – I could give them a card!! Thank you! ~ Diane Clancy

  30. What a wonderful opportunity…thank you!
    I work at a middle school during the day…I would use the postcards, should I win, to hand out to the students with my artwork on them. To show these students to do what they love and that dreams do come true!

  31. How fabulous! I would use the cards to showcase my artwork while attending the Phoenix, Arizona “Artwalk” days, which we have here in my hometown. I am so busy creating, that my marketing usually is lacking. I have relied upon handing out business cards and word of mouth, which started with friends. I currently have three commissions! Thank you and Best of Luck to all of us who enter this giveaway! Sincerely, Aleura-Dalemarie

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