Happy Halloween from everyone here at Voluforms!
Friday, October 28, 2011
Voluforms has a wide variety of products and services. Our featured product this week is the custom printed bank deposit envelope – Teller Helpers!
What used to be plain, boring bank envelopes will now catch your customer’s attention with its call-to-action features. Use the tear-off coupon to advertise current promotions and services. Our variety of envelope sizes and large coupon provide ample room to market whatever idea you want!
As a multi-functional marketing piece, Teller Helpers work for:
- Business Cards
- BRE’s and more
With the customer’s money inside the envelope, you are guaranteed the envelope will be looked at and opened. Take advantage and expand your current business with the customer.
Thursday, October 20, 2011
Don't know how to use Halloween as a marketing tool? We do! A cookie box is perfect for dropping off treats on any sales call. Talk about a great Halloween marketing tool! Our Halloween specialty boxes are covered with scary eyes, but have more than enough room for your logo, location information and slogan inside the oval. Each one holds a dozen cookies and comes die-cut with business card. The cookie boxes are also FDA food safe compliant.
Thursday, October 6, 2011
Tim Smith, Manager of the Voluforms Warehouse, thought it would be a good idea for his son to earn some spending money, as well as learn some civic responsibility at the same time. So, he helped his son Austin, and two of his buddies start A2Z Metal Recycling.
Between homework and ball practice, the boys collect and recycle scrap metal. Since the middle of September 2010, their efforts have kept over 31,332 pounds of junk metal out of the landfills!
But the enterprising young men didn’t stop there. They’ve taken it upon themselves to donate a portion of their proceeds to those less fortunate. To date, Austin, Zachary and Andrew have donated $1,284.25 of their earnings to local charities such as Blessings in a Backpack, Shop with a Cop and local food pantries. They are also establishing their own scholarship for a graduating senior of their local high school.
|Left to right: Andrew Meyer, Zach Whitten and Austin Smith|
The boys of A2Z, along with other business' in their local community, put together 500 back packs filled with supplies for the back to school giveaway. A2Z was in charge of packs of paper and pencil boxes for each back pack.
Voluforms salutes the entrepreneurial spirit and large hearts of these three young men!