Hello! My name is Samantha McAfee, and I’ve been a Graphic Designer here at L & D Mail Masters for […]
As we ring in 2023, you might be thinking about all the ways you can make the most out of […]
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The inkjets serve as one of the final stops on the finishing route in the L & D Mail Masters production facility.
Although teams from the Indiana counties weren’t able to visit the L & D Mail Masters campus in person, a productive virtual meeting provided plenty of discussion about the upcoming tax season.
Does your document have bleeds? Why are bleeds important? When someone says “bleed,” the initial thought to the average person is loss of blood due to an injury. In the world of printing, bleed takes on a whole different meaning (other than the annoying paper cut).
Working on a recent project for a client, one of our employees gave an effort to take on the oft-impersonated Elvis with a “Return to sender” vocal solo. That prompted a discussion about all these love letter, postal related songs within the music industry.
If you don’t want to feel “past due” in the healthcare industry when it comes to mailing information and/or bills, streamlining the work through a print service industry like L & D Mail Masters can do the tedious work so you don’t have to.