I debated with myself about revealing the online company I work for out of fear of appearing too self-serving. But then I decided, hell, I voted for Rex L. Camino and I’ve eaten a truckload of Mothership BBQ, so why not introduce my cyberfriends to another side of me? I might actually be offering some of them a valuable service, and I could possibly make literally ones of dollars from the exercise.
The cheesy picture from yesterday’s post comes from http://www.ideaart.com. Congratulations to NewsComa, BusyMom, Nashville Knucklehead, saraclark and CanIBFrank for guessing correctly and to Kerry Woo for guessing frequently. Your prizes are in the mail. (honest.)
Idea Art is a company which I own with my two brothers which we bought from my father when his Parkinson’s Disease became too advanced for him to run it anymore. Idea Art sells preprinted letterheads, brochures, greeting cards, business cards, postcards, certificates, etc. which are all designed to run through your desktop printer so that you can look like you created a really cool professionally-designed piece.
I’m not real talented in that way, so I appreciate the instructions that come in the catalog.
We do most of our business through a mail order catalog which we send literally millions through the USPS every year. Our web business is constantly expanding, and my buddy over at Fishwreck is responsible for the growth and the kickin’ redesign of the website. Feel free to give it a visit.
If any DrySpot readers do want to purchase any of these products either online or at (800) IDEA-ART, go ahead and use the discount code “SPOT” and you’ll receive 10% off of your order. Just because we’re cool that way.
We now return to your regularly scheduled blog.