UPrinting Giveaway – 500 Die Cut Business Cards for TWO Lucky Winners!

UPrinting Business Card Giveaway

Update: This contest has ended – winners announced below!

This is a quick post to announce a new giveaway from the generous folks at UPrinting!

What You Can Win

  • Two readers will each win 500 FREE die cut business cards
  • Die Cutting Options:
    Rounded Corners, Leaf, Rounded One-Corner, Half-Circle Side, Circle
  • Paper Type Options:
    14pt Cardstock Gloss, Matte, or High Gloss; 13pt Cardstock Uncoated
  • Color Options:
    4Color Front, Blank Back; 4Color Front, Black Back; 4Color Both Sides

How to Enter

  • Leave a comment at the end of this blog post, describing what you would use the free business cards for

Contest Rules

  • Comments will be open until April 23, 2010 at 5:00pm (GMT-5)
  • You must include your real name and email address with your comment, so that we can contact you if you’re the winner
  • Two winners will randomly be selected using Random.org
  • Winners in the United States qualify for FREE shipping
  • Shipping fees will apply to winners in Canada
  • Contest open to residents of the United States and Canada only

About UPrinting.com

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Big thanks go out to UPrinting for sponsoring the giveaway, and Good Luck to the contestants!


Update – Winners Annouced!

A big thank you to everyone who entered this week’s giveaway, and most importantly, thank you to UPrinting for sponsoring the prizes!

And The Winners Are…

Congratulations to you both! I will send your email addresses to Uprinting, who will be contacting you shortly with details on the prize.

Winners were randomly selected using Random.org’s True Random Number Generator.

Comments

  1. says

    This is a great idea for a contest. I am actually about to design and order new business cards for myself. I just recently redesigned my web site and am centering on WordPress only designs now. Winning this contest would be great timing for me!

    Thanks

  2. Brian says

    Would use these to help promote my freelance work and these would definitely be a upgrade from my old crappy business cards. :)

  3. Nick says

    I’m just about to start freelancing part time and business cards are one of the few things left on my list of things to finish.

  4. Jeff M. says

    My current cards are a bit dated; I have been meaning to pick new ones up for a while – this would be a great way to do it!

  5. Lisa says

    I would use the cards to promote my freelance work. Love the fact that there are die cutting options.
    Thanks!

  6. says

    I just finish re-designing my site (to launch soon) and was about to start a design on a new card. My Wife and I are expecting a baby this July…so I am taking on more freelance work and need a new card.

  7. says

    Totally working on redesigning my business cards and having some die cut ones would be super awesome to hand out to contacts at conventions and on set (I flirt between being an actor and costume designer ;D).

  8. H.Q. Brannon says

    A perfect opportunity to update my logo and redesign my business card. UPrinting rocks!

  9. says

    I am a connector in my business community and my primary marketing tactic is in-person networking so business cards are very important. I will be using them to market my business and of course talk about where I got my cards.

  10. says

    I’ll either give my daughter a set of personal cards for her birthday or create cards for a new business I’m developing. I’ve never been able to afford die-cut cards, so winning would be a treat!

  11. says

    Aw what a great opportunity!

    I’ve just designed some business cards for my boyfriend’s cousin (as you do!) to get him going in his own little business so this would be a fantastic off for him 😀

  12. says

    I’m looking to create new business cards for the webcomic I’ve been working on. That or some cards that feature more of the illustration side to my work, rather than design.

    (Love for uPrinting!)