Out-Brand Your Competition With Quality Membership Cards
When your museum operates in a competitive market, it’s important to project a professional image in all that you do. Distributing high-quality membership cards to members is part of that image.
A large art museum in Manhattan, New York City, recently had a challenge in this area. Membership cards were delivered late, printed incorrectly on the sheets, and required new software programming to use the same cards they had been using for several years. Their supplier refused to pay for the software upgrades or reprint the membership card sheets that had been printed incorrectly, prompting the museum to look for a new supplier. Read more click here.
How Stuhr Museum Solved Its Membership Card Problem
Using a typewriter to create membership cards may seem passé, but that’s what the Stuhr Museum of the Prairie Pioneer was doing until recently. They typed information on plain card stock (which did not hold up well) and even typed addresses on the envelopes to mail them to members. But no more!
Brooke Business Forms solved this challenge by using an 8.5 x 11 sheet with 1 or 2 integrated cards, laminated on both sides, which they printed for the museum. All the Stuhr staff had to do was run them through their laser printer to print the member name and information. They then tri-folded each sheet and inserted it into a window envelope for mailing. The laminated card is very durable and lasts a long time.
“We checked locally for a product like this but could not find a company that could match the quality, price point or customer service of Brooke Business Forms,” said Renae Hunt, Facility Events Manager/Volunteer Coordinator for the Stuhr Museum of the Prairie Pioneer. To learn more about this solution click here.