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.
With more people at home, the opportunity to combine direct mail with PPE, specifically a face covering, is a golden promotional opportunity.
This week, Louisville Business First announced its 2020 Fast 50 awards program honorees, naming L & D Mail Masters as one of the fastest-growing companies in the Greater Louisville area.
Putting a mail piece in the hands of a consumer remains a powerful marketing and informational tool. Further growing into the digital age, Informed Delivery is not only an informative tool for mail consumers, but also evolving to a mighty weapon for those sending pieces.
As we reached beyond the first month of the pandemic, L & D Mail Masters wanted to give back to Non-Profits, thus, Summer Show Up was born. Through July and the rest of the summer, L & D Mail Masters will highlight Non-Profit organizations in our community on social media and through an email campaign.
Family-friendly customer service has been a backbone of the L & D Mail Masters team in treating clients of all sizes with a great deal of care and precision. When it came to providing opportunities for summer work amid a global pandemic, L & D Mail Masters turned to family to aid on the production floor.
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Joining L & D Mail Masters in November, my 9-year-old son had a worry. His concern: Dad wouldn’t be famous […]