What did you get today? (June 2020)

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Chris...you do realize that www.theautographcard.com sells generic Great American custom cards right?
I'm pretty sure those are not called Great American cards but the finer point is that the cards I have printed will be uniquely mine and there's value in that to me. Plus, I'd rather pay to create my own cards to post on my site rather than pay someone else to advertise their cards on my site.
 

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I'm pretty sure those are not called Great American cards but the finer point is that the cards I have printed will be uniquely mine and there's value in that to me. Plus, I'd rather pay to create my own cards to post on my site rather than pay someone else to advertise their cards on my site.
I wish I could make my own cards LOL
 

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A friend of mine creates his own cards and they look pretty darn good.
For me do use the signature cards when needed. I send out about 5 or so a year so it works well for me .
For the amount of cards you mail creating your own definitely works for you Chris
 

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I wish I could make my own cards LOL
A lot of people just make photo paper cards, not thick trading card type cards but there are several sites that will print actual trading cards. You just need some volume to get it done at a decent price. So a generic card is easy to print because obviously you can do pretty good volume with those. If you just want to make photo paper cards then Staples can print them, you just cut them when you bring them home.

I hired someone to design a card for me but it was a mess so I'm going to hire a new person, haha. Maybe I'll get that done this week and start sending out to some of these famous veterans and astronauts and such.
 

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Busier day today...
  • Tom Burgmeier, 4/4 c/o home, 10 days
  • Bobby Valentine, 2/2 c/o home, 10 days
  • Gaylord Perry, 1/1 c/o home, 19 days - $10 fee
  • Ray Washburn, 3/3 c/o home, 12 days w/ inscription
  • Fred Kipp, 3/3 c/o home, 14 days - included signed pamphlet about his book
  • Joey Jay, 2/2 c/o home, 30 days
  • Claude Osteen, 3/3 c/o home, 11 days w/ inscription
  • Bill Campbell, 4/4 c/o home, 10 days w/ inscription
  • Charlie Joiner, 3/3 c/o home, 10 days w/ HOF inscription
  • Lou Carnesecca, 2/2 c/o home, 14 days w/ HOF inscription
  • Stuart Herrington (non-sport; military), 2/2 c/o home, 12 days w/ nice inscription on the FDC
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Busier day today...
  • Tom Burgmeier, 4/4 c/o home, 10 days
  • Bobby Valentine, 2/2 c/o home, 10 days
  • Gaylord Perry, 1/1 c/o home, 19 days - $10 fee
  • Ray Washburn, 3/3 c/o home, 12 days w/ inscription
  • Fred Kipp, 3/3 c/o home, 14 days - included signed pamphlet about his book
  • Joey Jay, 2/2 c/o home, 30 days
  • Claude Osteen, 3/3 c/o home, 11 days w/ inscription
  • Bill Campbell, 4/4 c/o home, 10 days w/ inscription
  • Charlie Joiner, 3/3 c/o home, 10 days w/ HOF inscription
  • Lou Carnesecca, 2/2 c/o home, 14 days w/ HOF inscription
  • Stuart Herrington (non-sport; military), 2/2 c/o home, 12 days w/ nice inscription on the FDC
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Carnesecca has eluded me! Nice one.
 
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