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Thread: Draft carry brochure

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    This is a draft of a brochure I've been working on for a few weeks now. The draft watermark is there to make sure people know it's only a draft.

    The content is complete, but I'm looking for more suggestions for improvements and of course I want people to check it for accuracy. Please ignore the quality of the image. I reduced it to meet the attachment requirements on another forum.

    Enjoy!

    ETA: See 3rd post for revised version.

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    I should also mention that the column formatting is to match the requirements of a potential printing company. The final version available for free download will be formatted to be printed on any standard home printer.

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    Here is a revised version. Please offer any suggestions.

    This version will be presented at the CCDL meeting tomorrow night and hopefully finalized by the end of the week.

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    Very nice. This will be something anyone who chooses to carry in Connecticut will want to have on their person.

    Carry On!

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    JGuinness wrote:
    Very nice. This will be something anyone who chooses to carry in Connecticut will want to have on their person.

    Carry On!
    Yes...PA has a similar flyer. I found easiest way to carry them: take 4-5 flyers and fold them in half as a group. Then they will fit in your back pocket. As you give them out, give them from the inside of the fold...those are protected by the outer one.
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    Thanks for the tip! I'll be sure to share that with others once the flyer is finished.

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