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PyCon 2012: Want some business cards for PyCon 2012?

The deals and partnerships for PyCon 2012 keep rolling in!

The folks at custom print shop MOO are quite good at the printing business, and they’re also good at spotting trends. One they recently noticed was an uptick in business cards intended for PyCon, so they contacted us. With the conference being such a great place to network, from the hallways to the dinner tables, we were able to partner up with them and get you 50 free business cards of your own choosing.

The London-based business card, postcard, and sticker printer will even package up the shipment and deliver straight to Santa Clara, where you can pick up your cards at the registration desk! Talk about easy. All they require is that you pay a small shipping and handling charge and the cards are all yours. If you prefer, they can be mailed to you instead.

If you want to take advantage of this great offer, http://moo.com/link/h86f is the PyCon special page. From there you can fill out one of their templates or upload your own design. They even have a product available called Printfinity where you can have many different designs in a pack - 50 different ones if you choose!

Your fancy new cards will come in handy at this year’s new Job Fair. Mingle around with some of PyCon’s 122 sponsors and pass out your details in style.

Comments

David Baumgold said…
The Moo website says you can pick up the cards for free at PyCon if you place your order by the cut-off date, but I don't see what that date is. When is it?

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