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Small universe? Get personal with handwritten names and addresses.

Fasprint's staff of more than 250 persons has the capability to hand address over 200,000 units a day. And their handwriting really looks like handwriting--as opposed to computer-generated script.

Fasprint's Royal Forgues said, "Our survey shows that 100 percent of all hand-addressed delivered mail gets opened. Compared to only 14 percent of mail that is machine addressed or labeled. That means that 86 out of every 100 pieces that you send out end up in the trash."

Fasprint also offers "stuffing of just about anything inside your envelope, package, box, carton, tube, folder, basket, bag, or bucket. Gluing, paper clipping or any attaching of items by hand is available."

Royal Forgues, Fasprint, 20 Finney Blvd., P.O. Box 832, Malone, NY 12953, 518-483-4631, fax 518-483-0504, royal@fasprint, www.fasprint.com
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Title Annotation:Promotion
Publication:The Newsletter on Newsletters
Date:Feb 28, 2005
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