Business Cards and Brochures from UPrinting

by Kelly · 18 comments

in Giveaways

To start off our week of giveaways, this contest has not one but two prizes! UPrinting is offering 1000 business cards to one reader, and 500 brochures to another reader. If one of your ways of earning extra money is with your own small business (or blog), then this would be an excellent giveaway for you to win.


UPrinting says that you can choose from any of their stocks for these items! (And they have some great designs.) Winners in the United States and Canada qualify for free shipping. Shipping fees will apply to winners outside these areas.

Here is how to enter.

  • Leave a comment at the end of the blog post, describing what you would use the free business cards and/or brochures for and what designs you like. Make sure to also mention which you would prefer- the business cards or the brochure.
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Each contest starts at 12 noon GMT the day the post is published and each contest ends on April 21, 2009 at 12 noon GMT. The contests are open to international contestants, unless stated otherwise. Each contestant can enter mutiple contests, but may only win one of them. I reserve the right to disqualify contestants for any reason.


1 Nate @ Debt-free Scholar April 13, 2009

I would prefer the free business cards. I would use them for my summer landscaping job.


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2 Bette in the Midwest USA April 13, 2009

I would love the business cards to pass out at festivals and shows where I have a booth for my jewelry business! The brochures would be great, too, but I would prefer the cards.


3 marissa April 13, 2009

Businees cards would be awesome, but so would brochures! I recently moved my etsy- candy store onto a real website to prepare for a mention on the Oprah Winfrey Show, and cards are on my to-do list. I will probably order from UPrinting regardless, after browsing the site! Check out my store if you have a minute:

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4 Steven April 13, 2009

Wow, I could use the business cards for my new beekeeping adventure!

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5 Aimee April 13, 2009

Definitely the brochures! I am on the membership committee of our pretty new neighborhood association, and we need NEW members! 🙂

6 Maren April 13, 2009

I would love the business cards or brochures. We would use them to print a new business idea we had last weekend! Just something to earn a little extra cash.

7 Jlyn April 13, 2009

1000??? Seriously?? Oh pick me 🙂

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8 Sarah W. April 13, 2009

I would love the business cards–for my jewelry business! that would rock!
Great giveaway!

9 fairydust April 13, 2009

I’d use the business cards for my husband’s new band – listing the band’s website info and then passing them out at gigs so the band can build up a following. The brochures would be great for our son who’s trying to breathe some new life into his old comic strip/graphics business.

10 Eponine April 13, 2009

I’ve been helping my boyfriend start an export company. I’d love to be able to give him 1000 business cards with the logo I designed. 🙂

11 Therese April 13, 2009

I would love the business cards to pass out at conferences

12 Jennifer Clark April 14, 2009

I would prefer the business cards for my blog but the brochures would work for my new Front Porch Designs shop too!

I’d likely upload my own designs, I really like the holiday line of business cards, especially the colorful springy ones! They so cute!!!!

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13 Christa April 14, 2009

I would use them to add to the back of my matted artwork. Their selection is great and very unique. It would add another level of professionalism to the things I have created.

I would upload one of the art pieces I have created to use on the cards as well. Thanks for the chance to visit a great vendor!

14 Nihal April 14, 2009

Oh I would love to get free business cards for my upcoming yarn business.

15 Lauren Morris April 14, 2009

I think I would do business cards. I’m starting a few side businesses and am not really sure which direction they will go. So, I would just get some very nice ones designed (by your’s truly) that don’t specify a line of business and hand them out to the many contacts I make. Or, conversely, I could use it as a wedding present to my sister who has a very nice side business as a jewelry maker. She is getting married and I am the maid of honor so it’s really wiping out my expenses. It would be nice to give her something that she would use and appreciate while not breaking the bank!

16 Stacey April 14, 2009

I would love to be entered in the drawing for the business cards. Even if I don’t win I am thrilled to learn of this great offer because I was *just* thinking that I needed to get some cards for a new business venture and I wasn’t looking forward to doing the “research” on which company to choose. In any event, I would like to reward the company’s generosity by placing an order with them. Definitely a win-win! Thanks so much!

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17 Susan April 21, 2009

I would choose business cards with the Celebration Cakes design, because my 15 year old son is starting a cake decorating business!

18 Kelly April 28, 2009

This contest is now closed.

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