Greater MN Printing Online Catalog
At Greater MN Printing & Data Management we pride ourselves with the fact we are small and have the ability to focus on YOUR project.
The items found on this web site is not an indication of what we can and cannot do. Rather this is a simple tool to order and upload some of the simpler printing services we provide.
You can view a pdf of our print rate card, along with rate cards of all our other services, by going to our Herald Journal rate card page for more products and ideas.
If you are looking for something printed, but you don’t see it here, contact us - by phone at (320) 485-2535; by web submission; or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org - we are here to help your next project turn out the way you want it.
Greater MN Online Print Catalog » Postcards » 11.5" x 6" Postcard
Make a statement in the mail box with this letter-sized mailer.
Use it as a hand-out at your counter, at events, or even send as letter mail to your customer mail list.
You have a choice of paper stock and ink color. Not able to select the quantity you need? No problem - use our online estimate request form to submit an estimate request, or call us at (320) 485-2535 to talk with a customer service representative.
If you wish to mail your postcards, or to vary the information on it based on your list give us a call and we'll be glad to help you out. We can personalize your printing from a supplied .csv, .tab, or an Excel table. Click here to download a sample address Excel file (9 KB).
Variable data information may cost more. There is a mailing and address set-up fee added to print costs not included in the price listed below. Most of the time our customers realize a savings in postage greater than the cost of addressing, and see a greater response to a mailing or printed piece because of the use of variable data specific to the customer receiving it.
Click on the sample postcard above to save a full-size template to your computer. This file will include a bleed that extends beyond the crop marks (cut lines). If you are designing a postcard yourself you can use this as a guide.
For best results make sure the images you use are not copyright protected, are 200 dpi or higher (up to 600 dpi for best results) at the desired image size. Greater than 600 dpi image resolution is not necessary and can even delay your print project due to the increased processing time required.