Posts Tagged ‘Linen Business Cards’

Personal “Business” Cards Help You Navigate the New Dating Scene

Posted on: June 14th, 2013 by eliteflyers.com No Comments
In cities across the country, the dating scene has changed so much over the last decade that it is now an almost unrecognizable mutation of its former self. Where people used to hope they might, if the stars were aligned right, exchange a phone number with someone they met out at a bar, people are now taking matters into their own hands and actively seeking partners as though it were a business transaction. People are unashamed to admit that they are “interviewing” potential partners, using tools like online ...

Business Card Printing for Realtors

Posted on: December 19th, 2012 by eliteflyers.com 1 Comment
If you’re a realtor, let’s face it: You’re not alone! There are a lot of people playing your game, and if you want to stand out, you’ve got to have an eye for detail, from your dress to your office décor to your business card. Top realtors do a number of things very well to set themselves apart. These include showing up early, putting in a lot of hours, being available, and being consistent. Dressing neatly and maintaining good hygiene are obviously essential elements to success in any field, including real ...

Linen Business Cards Bring a Touch of Sophistication – Cheap!

Posted on: December 4th, 2012 by eliteflyers.com No Comments
Linen is one of the signature fabrics of Elite Flyer’s hometown – Miami Beach, Florida. We may now operate on a global scale, but we still cling to our South Florida roots, and our choice to offer linen business cards may have something to do with that. South Beach is known for its sleek style and impeccable taste when it comes to fashion, and linen, with its naturally luxurious appearance – fits right into this hip beachy groove. Somewhat casual, totally stylish, eye-catching, and tasteful, linen is one of ...

New Gig? Make It Legit with a New Business Card.

Posted on: September 10th, 2012 by eliteflyers.com No Comments
Even for the most confident among us, starting new ventures can be nerve-wracking. Simply sitting back and dreaming of the day you become a small business owner, a writer, a working artist, an educator, a spiritual guide, or a philanthropist may seem like torture, but at the same time, there’s something comforting and safe about simply wishing for something to happen while doing nothing about it. When you officially start something new, you take a risk. You are telling the world, “Hey, I think I might be ...