Win 5 Free Poster Prints from UPrinting

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January 24, 2011

Picture this... you worked dozens of hours on your coolest design yet and you're so proud that you want to show it off and hang it on your office wall for everyone to see. A poster of your design sounds like a cool idea, doesn't it?

Posters can indeed be great promotional tools or advertising for a web design company or a freelancer.

In fact, posters and billboards are probably one of the best ways to get your word out in the offline world.

Today UPrinting is bringing us an awesome giveaway by giving a custom Poster print to 5 WDD lucky winners.

Read on for more details and for information on how to participate in this awesome giveaway.

Posters printed in bulk are a cost effective way to reproduce art and spread information, so it's no wonder they are a favorite promotional tool for bands, and are a constant feature of political campaigns, everywhere. That's not all bulk posters are good for - you can use them for promoting any event or information campaign. The possibilities are endless!

For over 25 years, UPrinting has been a trusted leader in online printing, featuring its signature easy-to-use website and the famous Free File Review, a complimentary proofing service which requires no upfront payment. UPrinting offers convenient marketing support services such as design, lists, and direct mailing to help grow small and medium-size businesses nationwide.

Click here for more details information on the poster printing available at UPrinting.

UPrinting is giving away:

  • 18x24 Poster Print to 5 Winners
  • Semi Gloss / High Gloss
  • 1 Business Day Turnaround (Shipping time not included)
  • Must be 18 and above to enter

To participate, please leave a comment below. The winners will be announced here on WDD on January 31st, 2011. All winners will also be contacted via email.

Good luck to everyone and many thanks to UPrinting for providing this brilliant contest.

[UPDATE] The winners are:

#198 - Naphtali Stein
#132 - Nik
#142 - Dustin P
#140 - Nelson
#206 - Ted Vitale

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