That’s why Palmerworks provides lots of affordable print options any small business can use to drum up some business. We’re a one-stop shop when it comes to helping you reach your audience.
The Hammond Bay Trading Post is a great example. We designed their website, listed them in online directories, and set up their page on Facebook. Within a week, the word was out on Facebook that they were back in business – in fact their pizza post reach 995 people! Best of all, with one quick click to the website, locals could easily see all that Tom and Tina had to offer in their store.
We designed business cards for them to pass to their shoppers.
Then they decided to bake pizzas to go, so we designed refrigerator magnets so hungry customers can keep the store’s name and number in sight and in reach.
Next, they realized the envelopes they used for hunting and fishing licenses have the old store owners’ info. We designed a new one.
What about leaving some info around the area, like local campgrounds and tourist sites? We suggested rack cards that list items they stock on the front and pizza ordering info on the back.
And because the pizza is such a hit, why not announce it loud and clear on the storefront? We took care of that too, with a large 4×6 banner to hang prominently on the front of the store.
If you have a small business, give Palmerworks a call. We’ll take care of you online, from creating your new website to setting up your Facebook page, directory listings, and Twitter account. And we’ll supply all your print needs, from design to print to delivery!
Southeastern Michigan, call 734-252-9321. Northeastern Michigan 231-268-0350.