Burris Computer Forms Announces Blank, Printable Jumbo Recycled Postcards

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Burris Computer Forms (http://pcforms.com) is pleased to announce an environmentally friendly addition to its Print On Demand Jumbo Postcards™ line, in an effort to address the growing need for recycled products.

Burris Computer Forms (http://pcforms.com) is pleased to announce an environmentally friendly addition to its Print On Demand Jumbo Postcards™ line, in an effort to address the growing need for recycled products. This new product in the Burris line of blank, printable postcards is made from 30% recycled paper, which provides users the ability to print postcards in-house and still "go green."

The postcards made from 30% recycled paper content are available on blank, white 8 ½ x 11 sheets perforated once, for easy separating. Each postcard measures 8 ½ x 5 ½". This new product in its line of blank, printable postcards can be printed in-house on users' own PCs, using laser or inkjet printers, or copiers.

The advantages of printing postcards in-house include fast turnaround, low cost, control of the project, and ability to print a few, or thousands, quickly and cost-effectively. Companies, churches, other non-profits, and individuals use Print On Demand Jumbo Postcards ™ as an easy, convenient, cost-effective way to deliver a message.

To learn more, request free samples, or download free templates for any of its products, log on to http://www.pcforms.com. For more information call Diane Emery at (800) 982-FORM (3676) or email burris @ pcform.com.

Headquartered in Roanoke, Virginia, Burris Computer Forms was founded in 1992 and is privately owned. Burris produces blank printable Four-of-a-Kind Postcards™, Print On Demand Jumbo Postcards ™, Print On Demand Single Postcards ™, Tri-fold Mailers, Tri-fold Brochures, Greeting Cards, Note Cards, Create-n-Hang Door Hangers™ and provides Peel Out! Shipping Label Sheets™ with one or more built-in label(s) that streamline shipping and mailing.

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