What Our Non-Profit Customers Are Saying About Results

May 15, 2018

It is one thing for us to say that we are really good at helping non-profit organizations with their appeals, annual reports, newsletters and more but it is another thing when a non-profit customers tells us about results.

“Thank you for your great work on our Annual Appeal Letter in November/December. It went phenomenally and raised 10x what it had the year before!”

Bent W.

I am glad when our non-profit customers get good results because it means that we have done our part to help and also because when our non-profit customers raise money, it is good for the community as well.

If you aren’t using Burns Mailing & Printing, Inc. for your non-profit organization, call me today for a free consultation. Phyllis Burns 865 584-2265 or email me at phyllis@burnsmp.com.  We are the experts in non-profit direct mail.

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WOW! What Great Color We Are Getting Out Of Our New Konica Minolta Accurio C6085 Digital Press

April 6, 2018

We ran our first jobs on the new digital press yesterday after they finished the installation and the color and registration is EXCELLENT.  We also have finishing capabilities such as booklet making and stitching.  The thing that we did not have before was the banner capabilities.  I am not talking about banners that you hang with grommets,  but the ability to print much longer sheets of paper and other substrates.

We would love to have you schedule a visit and see for yourself the quality of color.

A reminder that Burns Mailing & Printing offers graphic design, offset printing, digital printing (we now have two digital presses) and direct mail service.  Why run all over town when we can do the entire project from the concept to the mailbox.  Call me, Phyllis Burns, at 865 584-2265 or email me at phyllis@burnsmp.com. We are a 100% women owned and certified by the State of TN as a Women Business Enterprise (WBE).

 


Deadline for Guaranteed Delivery Of Political Mail is April 23rd

March 22, 2018

Just a reminder to our political customers that April 23rd is the cut off date for the post office to guarantee delivery of political mail.  April 23rd political mailings will have to submit a signed waiver stating that their mail may not be delivered before the election.

 


Burns Mailing & Printing Adds New Digital Press

March 16, 2018

I am pleased to announce that we are putting in a second digital press this month.  It is a Konica Minolta Accurio 66085.

Some of the features are;

  • Automated color calibration.
  • 1200 dpi resolution
  • Accurate color to meet G7 & and Gracol standards
  • Banner printing up to 47 inches
  • Capability of printing on up to 18 pt. paper or 400 gsm
  • High Speed Scanning

As always we can print and address for mailing all on one pass of the press. Print booklets or magazines with saddle stitching and face trimming.

We should have this press installed and running by the middle of April. Call me, Phyllis Burns,  for your next project for a free estimate, 865 584-2265 or email me at phyllils@burnsmp.com.

 


Happy St. Patrick’s Day

March 16, 2018

Happy Saint Patrick’s Day from everyone at Burns Mailing & Printing, Inc.


Nice Article By The Governor’s Office Of Diversity featuring Burns Mailing & Printing

March 16, 2018

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Amazing Vintage Footage Of Gladys Ingalls Repairing An Airplane Midair

March 14, 2018
Amazing Old Aviation movie.
Without a Parachute Mid air repair…by a woman 1924.
Fabulous footage, although grainy due to time and bad equipment in those days compared to today.
Gladys Ingalls was a member of a barnstorming troupe called the 13 Black Cats in the 1920’s. Ingles was a wing walker; in this film, she shows her fearlessness in classic barnstorming fashion to save an airplane that has lost one of its main landing gear wheels. Ingalls is shown with a replacement wheel being strapped to her back and then off she goes as “Up She Goes,” a duet from the era, provides the soundtrack.
In the film, Ingalls transfers herself from the rescue plane to the one missing the main landing gear tire. She then works herself down to the undercarriage only a few feet from a spinning propeller. It’s certainly a feat many mechanics wouldn’t even try on the ground with the engine running.
She died at age 82.