November 14, 2018
I am pleased that my company Burns Mailing & Printing was voted best fulfillment/direct mail in the American Advertising Federation’s Big Wig contest.
Phyllis Burns – email@example.com
Burns Mailing & Printing Inc. is a State of TN certified Women Business Enterprise (WBE)
November 5, 2018
In 1993, we were purchasing the building where we current operate Burns Mailing & Printing. I had been out looking for a building and property and asked my neighbor Ron Kirkham if he knew of any commercial buildings where his business was located. He told me that a lady had some property across from him. It was owned by a lady whose husband had died and the business was shut down. I decided to drive by and the lady just happened to be at the building. We talked about the business that she and her late husband had run together. She showed me around the building and I asked her if Ken and I could come back later in the afternoon so that he could see it. We came back and he liked it as much as I did so we gave her a down payment and purchased the building. In 1994 we remodeled the building and added another 5400 square feet of production. She liked the idea of another husband and wife purchasing and running the business together.
It was in the fall and the leaves looked much like the picture that I took this morning. Things change just like the leaves in fall, but 25 years later Burns is still offering quality printing, graphic design and direct mail services.
Call me for a free quote at 865 584-2265 or email me for a free estimate – firstname.lastname@example.org.
September 26, 2018
What a blessing to have a busy season. We serve many local non-profit organizations and this is the time of year that they start preparing their fall appeals. The last quarter of the year is time that they get the most donations to their causes. They like to use Burns because we have the only NeoPost DS1200 in the State of Tennessee. The DS1200 is a smart inserter that reads a bar code on the personalized appeal and along with a donation envelope inserts and addresses the closed (non-window) envelope. This makes the appeal or letter look more personalized and some think that it gets better results.
This technology can be used for banks, businesses and churches who want the letter to be more personalized and not look like junk. Sorry that I used the work junk. It is not junk to the person who has an interest in the contents.
If you are interested in this new technology and how it can help your organization or business, give Phyllis Burns or Jim Ball a call at 865 584-2265 or email at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
August 31, 2018
Hope everyone has a safe and enjoyable Labor Day weekend.
August 9, 2018
Phyllis Burns and Willie Stancil
Willie and I met when our oldest children were just babies. Our husbands worked together and planned a trip to the mountains for the day without asking either of us. I really did not want to go, nor did Willie, as we had not even met. We went that day and had a great time and we our families have been close friends for 50 years. They live in Atlanta but we manage to visit as often as possible. Even though it might be months since I have seen them, it is like I just saw them yesterday when we get together.
Recently I drove down to Blue Ridge GA where their oldest son Doug has a cabin. I was able to visit with some of their children and granddaughter and we tour the big town of Blue Ridge. I think if you have friends like this you are truly blessed.
August 8, 2018
Recently I met one of my customers when I was coming out of the polling place to vote. He was a candidate in the election and we had helped him with his campaign in the design department, printing department and mailing department. He said “the reason that he like coming to Burns was that it was one stop and it was done and he did not have to worry about running all over town”. By the way he won in the election.
Our mailing manager plays a big part in making each mailing a success. The customers jobs move from one experienced department to the next and finally to the mail box.
Want to experience this for yourself? Call Phyllis Burns at 865 584-2265 or email me, email@example.com for a free estimate.
July 13, 2018
I just got back from Blue Ridge GA on Wednesday. I was invited by my friends of 50 years, Willie and Charles Stancil. Charles and Ken worked together at Lockheed back in the 60s and the two families quickly became friends. At the time they had Doug and we had Kathy who were just 6 months apart. It was Doug’s and his wife Allison’s cabin in the mountains where we stayed. On Sunday their daughter NIcki and her family came and we spent some great time catching up. What is really special about this friendship is that Ken and I moved back to Knoxville about a year after we met them but we have kept up over the years, visited, camped, and enjoyed the times that we got to see them. When we are together it is just like we saw each other yesterday.
If you have not been to the mountains in North GA, I highly recommend it. The drive from Knoxville is beautiful, but the roads are winding. Weekends are very busy in Blue Ridge, but we visited on Monday and it was not crowded. Also if you are in the area, I recommend you go to an apple orchard called Mercier’s. They have fresh baked goods, honey, a brewery and of course, apples when they are in season.
It was good to have some time with friends, relax and see a new place.