Design and Print Solutions

All your printing needs. From envelopes and checks to pens and koozies.


Use Design and Print and this won't happen to you. If it does we will reprint for free.


How would you like to earn a cool $100? Refer someone to Design and Print Solutions and you will be in a drawing for $100.


Design and Print now has finders fees. If you refer someone to Design and Print you may find a little extra cash in your pocket.


Thanks to our clients, Design & Print was able to donate over $200 to Breast Cancer Research. Keep watching Facebook for our next community project.


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From am email I got this morning about some invitations that I designed and had printed.

"The invites are outstanding and everyone thinks they are great! Thanks so much and I will definitely refer your services!"

Just wanted to toot my own horn.


Contact Design and Print today to get your Holiday Card catalog, and if you order in the month of October we will donate 10% of your order to Breast Cancer Research.


Surprise! Study Shows Impact of Direct Mail in Gaining New Donors for Charitable Organizations
Posted By John Delavan, Tuesday, August 14, 2012

New research shows that direct mail continues to outperform many electronic marketing channels when it comes to obtaining charitable donations, according to a report from AccurateLeads. A study by research company Campbell Rinker on behalf of the nonprofit advisory firm Dunham+Company found that people were more than three times as likely to donate after being contacted by direct mail than by email.

The researchers asked people making a donation what had prompted them to make their contribution to the charity. The portion of people who were donating after receiving a direct mail appeal was 17 percent, more than three times higher than the 5 percent who had been prompted to donate by an email.

The study also found that donors ages 40 to 59 were the most responsive to direct mail: 47 percent of them responded to receiving a letter by making a donation in 2012, up from 34 percent in 2010. Donors over 60 also responded well to direct mail: 24 percent of them donated in 2012 after receiving a letter, an increase of 6 percent since 2010.

Rick Dunham, CEO of Dunham+Company, described the study’s results as "a bit of a shock.” But perhaps there is a simple explanation: We may pay more attention to a physical object that comes into our mailbox than an email, which can be easily deleted with the click of a mouse. Although electronic campaigns are a good way to raise awareness and increase a charity’s visibility, it seems nonprofit organizations looking to raise funds should be wary of relying too heavily on only online campaigning. A combination of direct mail and digital marketing may offer the best return on investment.

What success stories can you share involving the success of direct mail in soliciting donations for a nonprofit/charity-related client? Share your insights in the comments.

John Delavan
Print Solutions


Design and Print Solutions

Recently two of my friends have been diagnosed with Breast Cancer and I would like to celebrate them through Design and Print by donating for the next 2 months (October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month) 10% of all print sales to the organization of their choice. Please pass this along if anyone you know needs printing. Anything from checks and envelopes to labels and postcards.


Recently two of my friends have been diagnosed with Breast Cancer and I would like to celebrate them through Design and Print by donating for the next 2 months (October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month) 10% of all print sales to the organization of their choice. Please pass this along if anyone you know needs printing. Anything from checks and envelopes to labels and postcards.


Have a Happy and Safe Fourth.


For every order that Design and Print get in the Month of May it will be donate 10% to the 2012 Kansas Relay for Life. That includes the 4 orders we have already received this month.


Invest in Your Employees with Business Cards

To keep costs under control, some business owners hesitate to purchase business cards for their employees. But this makes for a lost opportunity to ‘grow’ your employees and to build your business at the same time.

Business cards make employees feel important, valued, part of the business, and builds company morale. If you have happy employees, they will work hard and put forth extra effort to help your company succeed.

One of the most important purposes of using business cards is networking. When your employees hand out their business cards, they are developing and enlarging their network. The bigger their network is, the more possibility they have of bringing in clients and customers to your business. It is a cost-effective way of marketing your business.

It’s a win-win situation for your employee and for your business.


Don't forget to place a new order in February with Design and Print and we will donate to the Helping Hands Humane Society.


What inspires you?


"If you step on people while chasing your dreams you will fall hard, if you do right by people they will help you to succeed." I saw something like this somewhere and thought it was a great quote. If you know who said it let me know.


For the month of February every Print order placed with Design & Print, they will donate $20 to the Helping Hands Humane Society. Call today to place your order.


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Are you ready for racing? Call SR Racing today to get all your racing supplies.


Call Design and Print today to find out how we can save you money on your printing.


Need help creating a logo, that is unique and be memorable? Contact Design & Print and we will work with you to create one that captures what you are looking for.


A good leader inspires people to have confidence in the leader, a great leader inspires people to have confidence in themselves

- Eleanor Roosevelt


Refer someone to Design & Print Solutions and you might win a $50 VISA gift card.


Need something in a hurry? A design job or a print job? Give us a call and see what we can do for you?


Does your business need a fresh look to start out 2012? Give us a shout and we can help. Even the littlest change can make a big difference. 01/03/2012

Kids Voting Kansas Deal of the Day | Groupon

A great organization to teach kids how they can get involved. If 30 People Donate $10, Then Kids Voting Kansas Can Distribute Three Mock-Election Packages to Local Schools


Have a Happy and Safe New Year!!


Design and Print Solutions can help you with business cards, brochures, forms, program books, publications, mailers, envelopes and anything else you can think of that needs that just a littel extra special something.


Have a great weekend everyone!


All things are difficult before they are easy.
Thomas Fuller


If you're a new business or looking to update your image Design and Print Solutions can help you with custom images, logo design, forms, stationary, business cards... you name it!


Failure doesn't mean you are a failure it just means you haven't succeeded yet.
Robert H. Schuller


Need Design or Print work done give me a shout.

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