Giveaway: 250 Recycled Business Cards from PrintRunner

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I’ve talked about sustainable printing here before. It’s sometimes hard to find printing companies that are in line with my environmental beliefs, so you can imagine my delight when I got an email from a rep at PrintRunner!

The Los Angeles-based company is committed to strong environmental standards. They use vegetable-based inks, have a robust recycling program, and print on recycled and/or FSC-certified paper.

PrintRunner offers 6 products on premium 100% recycled paper, including business cards, bookmarks, and hang tags. But all of their products can be printed on 100% recycled paper through custom ordering.

The generous folks at PrintRunner have offered up 5 sets of 250 business cards to some lucky Glue and Glitter readers!

How to Win

It’s easy as pie to enter! Just leave a comment on this post, and I’ll enter you in the drawing. Comments will remain open until Wednesday, October 13th, and I’ll announce the winners on the 14th.

The Legal Deets

Here are the official rules from the folks at PrintRunner:

  • No purchase necessary
  • Open to legal residents of U.S. online
  • Must be 18 years of age or older and not an employee or relative of an employee of PrintRunner LLC
  • One entry per person
  • Void where prohibited and subject to federal, state and local laws

Image Credit: Creative Commons photo by jaaronfarr

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21 comments on “Giveaway: 250 Recycled Business Cards from PrintRunner
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  2. considering i was planning on ordering some business cards this week – this would be a fantastic prize.

    nearmoderndisaster at gmail.com

    xoxo sam

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  4. LOVE the idea of sustainable printing, as so much ends up on paper…and I need some new business cards! I’d like to learn more about what they do…and about eco-printing in general. For example, can a glossy surface be done sustainably?

  5. Sweet! I’ve been needing some cards for my blog for awhile (it gets old, writing the address down on random scraps for folks) & sustainable cards are even better! Even if I don’t win, I’m going to check them out–love the philosophy!

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