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A video of the Post Card we use

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Our postcards just have our logo on one side and then I hand write a note on the other. I make sure to include my email and our web address, so students can look around.

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I do not use post cards, but visitors parents are sent a letter thanking them for allowing their student to come and a second page is added to show the ministry target and explain what our ministry is all about. I also add a business card and let them know to contact me if they need anything.

As Art Good stated, vista print is a good and cheap way to get stuff made for you.

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I made my own, but they are really simple. Follow up cards don't need to be fancy just some lines and maybe a logo. have a team of students hand write them every week, works great.

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Try www.vistaprint.com, and make up your own. I've used them for a few years.