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Subject:Promo Materials From:"Suzanne A. Hosie" <suzy -at- WOTE -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 11 Mar 1997 11:19:52 +0000
My company will be attending a meeting Thursday night where we have an
opportunity to promote our services. We'll have a table, sign, writing
samples etc. to show off our wares. Brochures didn't make the print run
(don't ask) so we're planning to substitute letterhead with info about our
various services. We'll have one that tells what we know about online help
(in bullet form with a nice big heading), one for help training, etc.,
probably 3-4, in literature holders.
What would you call these things? I can only come up with Data Sheets, but
that doesn't sound quite right. Ideas anyone?
Thanks for your help.
Write on the Edge
suzy -at- wote -dot- com