(PRWEB) October 5, 2004
CD-R Business Cardz Make A Serious Impression In Staples Stores.
New York, NY Serious USA, Inc., announced that its stylish CD-R Business CardzÂ are launching in Staples nationwide today. CD-R Cardz are rectangular shaped CD Roms and hold 60 MB of data, their innovative shape and translucent look lending itself perfectly to professional digital business cards, in addition to being apt presentation media for student and art portfolios, or as storage tools for MP3s and digital photos.
Staples has 1100 retail stores throughout the US, carrying office products designed to meet the needs of small businesses and home offices, so they are a fitting retail partner. The CD-R Business Cardz are available in two pack sizes; Starter Packs of ten cardz, with labels, a label applicator, cleaning cloth, jewel cases and templates, with an SRP of $24.95, and Refill Packs containing ten more CD-R Business Cardz with jewel cases and labels, for an SRP of $19.95.
ÂSerious originally developed CD-R Cardz as a viable solution for clients requesting small productions of interactive business cards,Â commented Edward Bohlke, Executive Director of Business Development at Serious, Âthese digital cardz are therefore a perfect fit with the consumer demographics of Staples and we are delighted they have been selected for retail on a national scale.Â
With offices in New York, London and Singapore, Serious is a worldwide publisher of interactive CD and DVD CardzÂ, both licensed and own label. Their CD Trading Cardz hold up to 80 megabytes of content and are both Windows and Mac compatible, requiring no additional software or installation. The DVD Trading Cardz hold 0.5 gigabytes and can be played in any standard DVD player, including PlayStation2 and Xbox. Serious Trading Cardz are sold at over 40,000 retail outlets worldwide and online at http://www.serious.com. In addition to their current partners at the NFL, NBA, UEFA EURO 2004Â and Manchester United, Serious has produced CD Cardz for New-Line Cinema (The Lord of the Rings Trilogy), Sony Pictures (Spider-man), Columbia Pictures (Men in Black 2), Warner Brothers, (The Matrix Â Reloaded), Miramax (Spy Kids 2 & 3), Universal Pictures (Jurassic Park 3) and C20th Fox (Buffy the Vampire Slayer).
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