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Jun 4, 2009 1:07 pm

Do any of you have your own tri-fold brochure to give to clients/prospects?

 
I am in the process of creating one because there have been many times I could've handed them out or mailed them with something or given them to a client to give to a friend, etc...
 
I have run out of information and ideas to put in the brochure though and I have one empty section.  Originally I was going to put client testimonials on it, but the compliance dept. said if you advertise fee based business anywhere, you can't have any testimonials.
 
So as of now, the brochure consists of the following:  Products and Services offered, our core beliefs and principles, our bio, and contact information, as well as pictures throughout.
 
Any suggestions on what could be added to take up one section?
 
Thanks.
Jun 4, 2009 1:18 pm

Disurbing questions that elicit pain.

Jun 4, 2009 1:23 pm
deekay:

Disurbing questions that elicit pain.

 
Good idea Dee...
Jun 4, 2009 2:16 pm

If you do fee based business, you can't use testimonials (as you know).  But, an acceptable practice is to provide a "representative list" of business / non-profit clients (that you have as clients).  It would have to have the mandatory disclosure that the list isn't an endorsement of your services, yada yada yada.  Compliance could still smack this down though.

Jun 4, 2009 2:35 pm

try a photo of yourself spreadeagle on an 86' harley.

 
 
Jun 4, 2009 2:41 pm

Ours has, front page(firm name), custimization, independence, strong financial foundation(custodian info), product/services, back page(contact info, slogan)

Jun 4, 2009 2:43 pm
UNDERMINDED:

try a photo of yourself spreadeagle on an 86' harley.

 
 
 
Actually, I am already using a full length photo of myself sporting a man-gina...so I think the spreadeagle pose may be overkill... 
Jun 4, 2009 5:36 pm

What about a quote from someone like Sir John Templeton? Maybe something philanthropic - plug a local charity or something... Picture of your kids teeball team with your your sponsored shirts?

Jun 4, 2009 5:48 pm
Incredible Hulk:

What about a quote from someone like Sir John Templeton? Maybe something philanthropic - plug a local charity or something... Picture of your kids teeball team with your your sponsored shirts?

 
A quote is a good idea.  I don't think a photo of strippers in our sponsored thongs will go over well...maybe I should look into a tee-ball team... 
Jun 4, 2009 6:06 pm
snaggletooth:
Incredible Hulk:

What about a quote from someone like Sir John Templeton? Maybe something philanthropic - plug a local charity or something... Picture of your kids teeball team with your your sponsored shirts?

 
A quote is a good idea.  I don't think a photo of strippers in our sponsored thongs will go over well...maybe I should look into a tee-ball team... 
 
How about a photo of Miss Jones? I'm sure I can dig one up for you.
Jun 4, 2009 6:18 pm
snaggletooth:
Incredible Hulk:

What about a quote from someone like Sir John Templeton? Maybe something philanthropic - plug a local charity or something... Picture of your kids teeball team with your your sponsored shirts?



A quote is a good idea. I don't think a photo of strippers in our sponsored thongs will go over well...maybe I should look into a tee-ball team...





Wow, proud of that daughter I guess.... also reminds me of a Jim Rome segment.

Jun 4, 2009 6:22 pm
Incredible Hulk:
snaggletooth:
Incredible Hulk:

What about a quote from someone like Sir John Templeton? Maybe something philanthropic - plug a local charity or something... Picture of your kids teeball team with your your sponsored shirts?

 

A quote is a good idea.  I don't think a photo of strippers in our sponsored thongs will go over well...maybe I should look into a tee-ball team... 



Wow, proud of that daughter I guess.... also reminds me of a Jim Rome segment.

 
Damn proud man, damn proud.
Jun 16, 2009 11:53 am

Put in a map to your office.