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Re: OT - Press release experience?

OOPS...  should have read futher emails..
In a message dated 10/21/2006 2:57:52 A.M. Eastern Standard Time,  
gardenqueen@gmail.com writes:

Everyone  is probably right Bonnie.  Personally I would slam  the
commercialization thing but I've been told more than once I'm a  tad
extreme.  Act surprised.

On 10/20/06, Donna  <gossiper@sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> ok- forget the pictures  LOL.....
> I think someone needs to address this photo printing,  especially if you
> are going to have a large number of kids! An inkjet  printer with special
> paper is going to be expensive if lets say you  end up printing 500 or
> more pictures! Anyone in the congregation have  a color laser printer...
> cheaper to do this but even then, yikes! I  would say, first picture is
> free, any reprints a donation must be  given? Maybe a can on the table
> might help with the expenses if folks  donate something even for the
> first picture. Too bad you don't have  more time. I would hit up on
> camera manufacturers, paper and ink  companies and see if they would
> donate some supplies? I had good  success emailing pond companies and
> asking for door prizes for our  expo's. Warning! Use the church address,
> as I recall getting a phone  call at work from John yelling at me about a
> semi in front of the  house wanting to know what we where going to use to
> offload skids of  stuff with......
> What about some of these online photo  things. You could post the
> pictures and folks could print from there?  Then if they want 10 copies,
> no big deal on your end. Or maybe the  group should sign up at ipower for
> a limited time web site. All the  pictures could be uploaded and folks
> could print from  there?
> Wasn't Chris using those small CD's for his  catalog..... maybe that
> would be an answer too. First print free, X  amount for a cd with the
> pictures on them?
>  Good Luck!
> Donna

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