This is a giveaway from our partners at UPrinting. All opinions are 100% mine.
When you're trying to run a business on a budget, finding affordable eco-friendly print materials can be a big challenge. That's why I was super excited when UPrinting - the sponsors of this giveaway - approached us about their eco-friendlier business cards. Of course, going paperless is the greenest option, but when you're networking, you sometimes need business cards to give potential clients. What's an eco-minded business owner to do?
UPrinting uses soy-based inks and 55 percent recycled paper in their business cards, and you can design and print business cards online with UPrinting. The company was generous enough to offer a pack of 250 cards with free shipping to one lucky Green Upgrader reader!
Ready to enter? Check out the giveaway details below!
How to Enter
Remember to leave a separate comment for each entry, so that we can count them all!!
- Leave a comment here letting us know what you'd use the business cards for.
- Follow us on Facebook or on Twitter and let us know with a comment here. If you already follow us, that counts, too!
- Follow UPrinting on Facebook, Twitter, or Google+, and let us know with a comment here.
You can do one or multiple entries, and each one gets you your name in the hat. Just leave a separate comment here on the giveaway post for each entry to make sure they all get counted.
One winner will receive 250 die-cut business cards. There is a 6 business day turnaround on these cards, and they're asking that we limit entries to U.S. residents only. Check out the options to choose from below!
Sizes and Design Options:
- 2 x 3.5" Rounded Corners, 2x2" Rounded Corners, 1.75x3.5" Rounded Corners, 2x3.5" Leaf, 2x3.5
- Rounded one corner, 2x3.5" Half Circle Side, 2x3.5" Oval, 2.5" Circle
- 14pt Cardstock Gloss / Matte / High Gloss (UV), or 13pt Cardstock Uncoated
- Front and Back Printing
Thanks so much to UPrinting for sponsoring this giveaway! We will choose and announce a winner this coming Wednesday, October 3rd.
Image Credit: Creative Commons photo by jaaron