Now You Can Be in Charge of Naming This Mysterious Product and Get Rewarded When It’s Released
We want you to be in charge of helping us name this rare product that no other lab has. It’s a photo block, but much more than that… Here is some information that will help you decide. Then tell us what you think by taking the survey.
Here is how this product is made. Your images are printed on Kodak paper. Then our finishing department mounts your print on a beveled masonite, which is heavier and sturdier than bevel mount board. The beveled masonite, with your print on it, is then mounted onto a solid wood backing. This product is finished off with pro texture spray for ultimate protection.
Take This Survey Before It’s Closed to the Public
Take the short survey below and we’ll give you 25% off on the product that you’re helping us name. This survey will be closed to the public within a few days. You’re clicks away from the product that nobody else has.
Color Options & Hanging
What’s special about this product is that you get to choose the color of the wood backing, along with an option to choose a color for the beveled masonite edge. We’ve never seen any other lab offer this before. But how does it hang? The wood backing is pre-drilled, so your custom made product is ready to hang as soon as your customer takes it out of the box. Imagine going into the new year with a brand new product.
And the Winner Gets a Free…Well, You’ll Have to Name it First!
Participate in naming this product because we’ll give you 25% off when it’s released. If you can come up with a better name, and if our marketing team really likes it, we will give you a free 12×18 of this product that you have the chance to name. Don’t forget to take the survey.
Your Thoughts. What Do You Think?
I would love to know what your thoughts are. Do you think this product will do well in the market place? Will photographers show interest? Would you offer it to your customers? Let everyone know by sharing your thoughts in the comments area below. See you next week for some serious Photoshop tips. Cheers.