[Talk-us] flyers / brochures
sejohnson8 at gmail.com
Wed Jul 25 20:00:45 BST 2012
Re: the stuff Thea shipped to GeoIQ: it disappeared into the ether as far
as anyone knows. Andrew and I looked for it, but could never find it, so
that's a dead end. Better to concentrate on Steve C as a source.
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On Wed, Jul 25, 2012 at 1:57 PM, Martijn van Exel <m at rtijn.org> wrote:
> On Wed, Jul 25, 2012 at 11:45 AM, Frederik Ramm <frederik at remote.org>
> > In my experience, the single most expensive bit about the flyers is
> > distribution. Printing 10k flyers costs ~ EUR 130 or so here in Germany
> > 1.3 cent per piece), but re-packaging them into easily shippable cartons
> > 100 or 200pcs and mailing them to individual mappers or local groups
> costs ~
> > 1.8 cent per piece on average, not counting time spent.
> > I had tried to find someone in the US to distribute the English flyer; I
> > someone willing to sponsor the cost of printing but nobody I spoke to
> > able to actually handle distribution.
> Helpful info, thanks!
> I guess we should have one central distribution point here in the US.
> Shipping within the US is pretty cheap (shipping to and from Canada
> not so much, or so I've heard). I can do it if there's no central
> repository for these things yet. Steven mentioned he already has a few
> 100 and SteveC may have more. I'll ping Steve and see if he has a lot
> of them. I also remember Thea sent a lot of stuff to the GeoIQ office
> when we had the hack weekend there back in Feb. What was that and
> where is it now?
> martijn van exel
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