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I was looking at the items in the following web page:

I looked at the business cards and wondered if they were to be printed yourself or by some professional? I have had many problems trying to print out two sided cards from the 10 card blank pages.

I wonder if someone is going to make any English language versions of these cards for this side of the Atlantic Ocean?

I like the brochure, and the different DVD case covers.

I do wonder how much one of those banners cost to print out - professionally. At least we have them available for use at local events.

Let me see if I can make a list of what may be needed for events:

1] banner - available

2] brochure - available

3] business cards - make your own - German design available

4] DVD
    cover insert - available
    dvd label - available
dvd insert - not available - used for instructions on how to use the DVD and what it contains.

5] CD version [set]
    not worked on yet.

Other marketing items?
Saw a link to some pictures of LibreOffice/TDF lanyards, mugs, pens.

Where do you get these things? Or do you go out and make/order them yourself from some professional printer locally? Every time I look for printed pens, I have to make a $100 to $150 order for them. Same for the lanyards and other items. Mugs, hats, t-shirts, etc., can be made at various places at 1 to 5 item minimum order at placed I know. But the pens, lanyards, and other such items are hard to find where I could afford it. Pencils are easy $13 for 72 plus shipping is a standard price.

Well all we need to get is some other give away items than just the DVDs and brochures.

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