DON’T FORGET TO REGISTER FOR OUR FREE LUNCH AND OPEN HOUSE ON JUNE 29TH 2017

June 21, 2017

If you are a non-profit organization, please register for our FREE non-profit seminar starting at 10:30 AM and then stay for our FREE lunch and tour.

For more information call CJ Mitchell at 865 584-2265.


Open House At Burns Mailing & Printing On June 29th

June 13, 2017

Join us for a tour, lunch and door prizes on June 29th.  For our non-profit friends we are having a seminar on non-profit direct mail starting at 10:30 AM.  Email graphics@burnsmp.com to register.  Seating is limited.


Why I Went Blonde And Why I Planted Tomatoes

June 7, 2017

I went to the dentist last week and he had not seen me since I went blonde.  I told him that I did it because I heard blonde’s have more fun. It brought back what I heard Dolly Parton once say when someone asked her if she minded being called a dumb blonde.  In typical Dolly fashion she responded “no because I am not dumb and I am not blonde”. When this picture was made for some promotional reasons,  my friend Bob Longmire a graphic artist and wonderful illustrator saw it and sent me an email. He said “I have worked on the color and softened it up some” hope you don’t mind. Not only did I not mind, I loved it and  I can use all the help that I can get.

On to the tomato story.  After last years drought, I said that I was not planting anything that had to be watered but what was I doing last weekend?  You guessed it, I was planting tomatoes.  A family friend, Chuck, grows the most tasty heirloom tomatoes. He plants hundreds of tomatoes just because he loves doing it.  Some times my sister will open her door and there will be a big tub of tomatoes sitting on her door step. Chuck had given my brother-in-law quite a few tomato plants.  When I was at my brother-in-laws house last weekend he said “don’t you want some of the heirloom tomato plants”? At first I said no and then I thought about bologna and home grown tomatoes out of the back yard and I relented. I planted 5 plants so I should have enough for family and friends. Hope to have bologna and tomato sandwiches in July.

 

 

 

 


Political Mailings Have Already Started

May 22, 2017

At Burns Mailing & Printing, we love the time leading up to elections.  The reason is a lot of printing and mailing.  We have been working with politicians for many years. One of the reasons that we do a lot of political work is that we offer a one stop shop for graphic design, printing and mailing.  We offer turn key estimates – including estimated postage, list clean up, duplicate address checks and automated bar-code postage rates.

We also offer other things need for a successful campaign such as push cards, brochures, door hangers, lapel stickers, laser personalized letters, invitations to events, posters and yard signs.

Call me at 865 584-2265 or phyllis@burnsmp.com


Burns Mailing & Printing Is In Your Neighborhood

May 8, 2017


Direct Mail Will Be A Powerful Tool For The 2017 Political Campaigns

April 25, 2017

Direct mail continues to prove its effectiveness as the most engaging channel for political campaigns. Direct mail can break through the political noise and is not intrusive as it can be viewed at the recipients leisure.  Burns Mailing & Printing, Inc. has years of experience with political printing and mailing.  We also offer graphic design, NCOAlink update (list clean up) for FREE for our customers, push cards, brochures, door hangers, yard signs, invitations, lapel stickers and door hangers.

Call the professionals for your campaign.


Google Review From A New Customer

April 24, 2017

The non-profit for whom I work recently decided to send out our first mailing. It is very important to us to use local businesses, and local women-owned businesses whenever possible. Burns Mailing and Printing, Inc was recommended to us and I know why! Working with Burns Mailing and Printing was a positive experience from start to finish. They are professional and timely. They are a one-stop shop for all printing and mailing needs. Since we are a non-profit, we are eligible for non-profit postage status, but had never applied. They encouraged us to do so, and Amy helped facilitate and expedite the process for us. We had help and guidance from Angela in the design department, resulting in a beautiful postcard. Everyone in the office is welcoming, kind and helpful. Phyllis Burns knows and understands business and non-profits. And even though our mailing was very small, we never felt or were treated like we were small or insignificant. We will use Burns Mailing and Printing for all of our mailing and printing needs going forward. They get Five Stars from us.

Kelly L