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Oregon OC Pamphlet

nilla

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just checking in and i'm not seeing much travel on this. the full sheet pamphlets are good, but i thought the business cards could be better.

-carry on
 

thebastidge

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New bulk order

I am about to put in an order with Savage Color (hey they deserve a shout-out) for another 5 or 10 thousand pamphlets. How many I get depends a bit upon defraying my cost by spreading it around a bit. I don't really need 10k pamphlets since I am giving them away for free.

If someone else on the forum would like to order some, it's going to be $.25/pamphlet in multiples of 50 or 100 plus tax and shipping cost from Vancouver WA (sorry, I am a business and required by law to track these things). I will also be ordering the Washington Pamphlet, same cost. You can request either or both in your purchase. This is MUCH cheaper than you can order in such a small quantity.

Please let me know ASAP so I can determine how many I want to order. Please send an email before March 1st to larry.good@swwsurplus.com to let me know if you're solid on purchasing some.

Savage Color, LLC
3614 2nd Ave NW
Seattle, WA 98107

206.632.2866 office
206.632.7560 fax
888.889.0889 toll free

www.savagecolor.com
 
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We-the-People

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That sounds high. Northwest Mailers in Medford (full service mailing and printing company) will do them for 12 cents each minimum order 500 plus shipping. 24 pound bond paper, trifolded. No tax if delivered in Oregon or picked up in Medford. (on the phone with them right now)

For Washington they would have to check on the Washinton price if they ship directly to Washington.

All they need is the PDF artwork.
 

thebastidge

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That sounds high. Northwest Mailers in Medford (full service mailing and printing company) will do them for 12 cents each minimum order 500 plus shipping. 24 pound bond paper, trifolded. .
Glossy?

And I pasted this from my post in the Washington forum. If you're having it delivered to Oregon I don't have to charge tax.
 
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We-the-People

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Glossy?

And I pasted this from my post in the Washington forum. If you're having it delivered to Oregon I don't have to charge tax.
No, that's on 24 pound bond paper. A little heavier than the 20# bond that most printers, copiers, and fax machines use. I could check on the price for glossy but I don't see a need for glossy paper for pamphlets that are being handed out.
 

thebastidge

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Glossy gets read by the first person you hand it to, then passed around to others, especially if you prompt them to read it and pass it on. It lasts longer in a glove compartment if you suggest keeping them around for police interactions. It looks more professional, which is important when being an ambassador for civil rights rather than a 'political kook' or 'gun nut' passing out political tracts, which are often cheaply printed, poorly formatted, and ungrammatical. It stands out from those tracts very well when glossy.

Not that any of us do those things :)

Just saying that I like the glossy version for several reasons, and I think they make a better impression. The point is not merely to educate those on my side to argue better (an important goal in itself, as I often cringe at the things said by people who are nominally "on my side") but to convince the fence-sitters and refute the bias and intellectual snobbery of the liberal progressive elitist crowd.
 
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