Let Calendar Inserts Keep Your Company Top of Mind

Calendar insert

How many times a day do you look at a calendar to check the date or to plan a meeting?

Calendars have been around for thousands of years. Some have been lunar and some have been solar. From ancient Sumer to the Mayans to the Greeks to the Romans, each civilization has had their own version of a calendar. According to Wikipedia, the Gregorian calendar is the calendar most widely used today and was a refinement of the Julian calendar.

Calendars are an essential business tool. While many of us do use the calendars on our phones or work email, look around your office and you’ll see that nearly every office or cubicle has at least one calendar hanging on the wall.

Even time travelers have been known to need to use a calendar to be able to plug in a date in order to travel back and forth in time (think Back to the Future, Doctor Who or Time Machine).

So with all this in mind, why not consider taking advantage of an OSG Calendar Insert? It’s a practical, cost-effective gift since it fits nicely into the mailing envelope you’re already sending out with your critical customer communications. An added benefit is that it keeps your logo and brand front and center all year round and that in turn can help build brand loyalty. Call your Account Manager today or view our designs at: http://www.osgbilling.com/calendar_inserts_ms.asp.

 

 

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