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    Back when I managed a small chain of photo stores we used to get tons of display materials made out of cardboard with a die-cut easel back (so they'd stand up on countertops).

    I'm wondering if anyone has seen these available with peeloff stickum or something so you could print out a display page, stick it on this 'easel', and then give to shops to stand on their counters. I've found one web source, but an in-person store would be preferable.
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    I haven't seen them, but it sounds like a really good idea.



    • #3
      Here's the web resource (I know nothing at all about these people, so I can't recommend them)
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