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Take Direct Mail to the next level with Personalization

Looking for real results and solid ROI for your direct marketing campaigns? Personalization and follow-up tracking are keys to success. There’s a fine line where your budget and the level of personalization meet. In order to find that sweet spot, you need to be deliberate and pre-plan. Plan Planning ensures not only that your campaign’s effective in raising money, but that it’s executed in a way that helps you make informed decisions and wise investments in future mailings. We’re experts in direct mail, and can help you preplan with to-do…

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The Not-So-Humble Business Card

These days, it seems like all the buzz centers around the digital world. It’s easy to overlook the importance of that ubiquitous little piece of paper: the humble business card. Business cards still play a critical role in your marketing package. In today’s networking environment, we’re bombarded by advertising and social media. Cutting through the noise is key, and studies indicate you have just 7 seconds to do so. First impressions really are everything—a business card that makes someone stop and take a second look can be your most powerful…

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Join the Oregon Team!

Do you have a keen attention to detail? Do you love making people happy? Do you work best when you’re managing multiple projects at once? If so, Oregon Printing Communications wants to meet you. We’re looking for an upbeat, organized Client Service Representative to join our team. This person will be responsible for determining customers’ needs—and making sure they’re thrilled with the end result. Specific responsibilities include: Interacting with customers via phone and email Gathering information from customers to create quotes and orders Explaining the products and services we offer…

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Oregon Helps Young Illustrator Overcome Bullying Through Art

Ali FitzHarris’s parents have known for years that their daughter is different. Ali is kind and empathetic, with an excellent vocabulary and reading skills far beyond her years. But she struggles with math problems, motor tasks, and interpreting others’ body language. At age 5, Ali was diagnosed with non-verbal learning disability (NVLD), a condition that can affect social skills. Ali was frequently the target of bullies at school. Teasing, name-calling, exclusion, and even physical violence were all too present in Ali’s life, and support from schools and administrators fell short.…

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AAF Has Spoken: Oregon Still Dayton’s Best Printer

For the past 10 years, the Mercury Awards have honored local vendors—the magazine reps, media buyers, printers, and more that support Dayton’s creative industries behind the scenes. And for 5 of those 10 years, Oregon has taken home top honors. Once again, Oregon president Judd Plattenburg has been named Dayton’s best printer rep. It’s his third win—Operations Manager Mike Green has also won twice. Mike was nominated for the prize again this year, and Judd was also nominated in the best fulfillment/mail house rep category. We credit our honor to…

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