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Tent Card

A card with printing on either side that may be mounted on a stand or placed on a flat surface. Tent cards are used to advertise, especially by restaurants to showcase their specials.
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The Gathering line includes coordinating placemats, tent cards, note cards and gift wrap for all of lifes occasions.
These new dishes are developed every quarter (you'll spot them on tent cards), but only make it to the menu if they meet success with the restaurant's clientele.
Marketing is mostly print ads, tent cards in the branches during tax season, website ads and social media, Fisher noted.
If a company is having a large meeting and wants name badges, tent cards and even water bottle labels, the Apply Design feature allows them to easily create a matching suite of products.
Available to download atwww.aviko.co.uk/downloads, the colourful posters and tent cards encouraged diners to try Aviko's delicious range of gluten-free offering including wedges, which come in a variety of flavours: Skin On or Off, Spicy, Crinkle, Tex Mex, Garlic & Herb, Steam and Fresh Wedges, as well as Mega Wedges.
Since then, he's had kits made up with an assortment of signs announcing "Made in America Bedroom Gallery." There's a 6-foot banner, several 3-foot posters, tent cards, and a sticker for the dealer's front door.
The frames are accompanied by a unique display stand and point of sale tent cards.
Retailers should know that "a strong signage program can be created even with a limited budget," asserts McIntosh, who suggests using card stock and a laser or color printer to produce signs, which can be folded into tent cards, mounted on boards or framed.
In the current programme, the staff will enhance awareness on DED's second consumer rights campaign by distributing brochures, stickers, badges, roll-ups, tent cards and posters, and also display the contact details in parking lots, sales and information counters, and window shops, which will enable customers to promptly report their concerns about consumer rightsThe campaign targets major shopping malls, co-operatives and supermarkets.
"This festive season I hope to see pubs across the North East of England publishing tent cards and blackboards with a selection from the following offering: Black and Tan: Stout and bitter, sometimes stout and mild Mother-in-Law: Old and bitter Boilermaker: Brown and mild M&B: Mild and bitter Narfer Narf: Half a pint of mild and half a pint of bitter (half a pint of this is narfer narfer narf!) Dragon's Blood: Barley wine and rum Dog's Nose: Bitter and gin Lightplater: Light and bitter Granny: Old and mild Blacksmith: Barley wine and Guinness "Following experimental mixing sessions conducted with Manns Sweet Brown Ale - all 2.8% of under-appreciated chocolatey magic - we found that it (or maybe Mackeson 3% milk stout) blends wondrously with spirits.
Printed materials have been placed in patient rooms, distributed at health fairs, used for staff education and orientation, and used as bedside tent cards. The information has also been used in public service announcements (PSA), on websites, in community newsletters, and shared on closed-circuit patient education television.