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Subject:Business Cards From:Yvonne DeBellotte <ydebell -at- DAR -dot- DAR -dot- EMORY -dot- EDU> Date:Wed, 5 Feb 1997 16:07:52 EST5EDT
To all those concerned about whether they should have business
cards. If you are a professional freelancer or just a professional
period, you should have your own business cards. You never
know where you may be and meet a potential contact, for
a potential job at a later date. Having something professional
to hand to them instead of a piece of paper that may be thrown
away later is a 'smart' move.
Business cards are also inexpensive ($15.00 - $30.00) per
1,000. - Office Depot