Great Item For Sporting Events

Clear bag that can be used at sporting events

Summer is quickly passing and it is getting close to the start of school. When school starts, it is not long until it is football time in Tennessee.

If you are looking for a perfect promotional product for your customers, what better item than this clear purse. 102,455 fanswill be entering Neyland Stadium this fall. This clear purse would be something that Vol fans would definitely keep because after football, it will be basketball.

Call me today for a free estimate at 865 584-2265 or email me at phyllis@burnsmp.com.

A Convenience Store For Direct Mail, Printing, Direct Mail and Promotional Products

We all like convenience in shopping, restaurants, gas stations and so on. Our customers love the convenience of getting graphic design, printing, direct mail and now promotional items at one location. Why run all over town when it can all be done under one roof….it’s a big roof. Call or email us today for a free quote. You can see all of our promotional items on our website http://www.burnsmp.com or email me and I will send you a catalog.

phyllis@burnsmp.com, phone 865 584-2265

Four Good Reasons To Use Burns Mailing & Printing

What could be easier, than to have a one-stop convenience for graphic design, printing (digital and offset), direct mail services and now promotional products. We serve a lot of non-profit organizations in the area and we can handle everything they need from events to direct mail campaigns here under one roof…it is a big roof.

We are looking forward to our new account representative, Suzanne McCarter, coming on board August 5th. She will be representing all FOUR of our services.

New Promotional Products Business Is Off To A Good Start

Burns Mailing & Printing has been in business since 1981 and we know graphic design, printing and mailing. We are now offering promotional products and it is exciting to be starting a new business within a business. We have discovered that just about any business from a contractor to a bank needs promotional products. Since we can do all of these under one roof (its a big roof) why not use us for a one-stop convenience? Call me at 865 584-2265 or email me at phyllis@burnsmp.com for a free quote.

Small Town 4th Of July Parades

This is the 4th of July parade in Harmony TN between Lynchberg and Winchester. Golf carts, truck, 4 Wheelers, all throwing candy for the kids. We have one in our subdivision and they have a fire truck and kids decorate their wagons, bikes etc.

All over this great country, we have celebrated the 4th of July. I love this country and hope that it is always the land of the free. Thanks to all our military and veterans for their service.

4th Of July And Grammy Camp

I love July for several reasons, the 4th of July being one of the reasons, the second is that my Granddaughter Kate comes to Knoxville, for what we call Grammy Camp, the third is that July is my birth month and who doesn’t like to celebrate on their birthday.

More about Grammy Camp. Grammy Camp is when Kate comes to Knoxville and we do whatever Kate wants to do. Sometimes it is Dollywood, tubing in the mountains, hanging out with Knoxville family and just chilling. Kate tells her Mother that “Grammy will do anything” and she is right about that. She calls me her “understanding Grandmother” and her “over protective Grandmother”.

Hope all of you have a wonderful and safe 4th of July with your family and friends.

New Things, Old Things

Desk in our lobby was made by Ken’s Grandfather, Richard G. Burns

We embrace the new and cherish the old. The new at Burns is our new business offering promotional products. Today we put up a poster in our lobby to let customers know of this new service. It hangs above a desk made by hand by Ken’s Grandfather. The pegs to hold it together are hand carded by Richard G Burns, Blount County Tennessee’s oldest survivor of the Spanish American war. He lived to be 94 and had many stories to tell of his work as the manager of sawmills. Ken, my late husband, lived with him for a good portion of his life. He told me once that he wished he had been more attentive to the stories that he told. He was 6’4″ and his wife was not 5 feet. They were quite a pair.