Notepad Printing

November 26, 2011 at 6:38 am Leave a comment

Recently I came across something really awesome. I am a school teacher and had a student come in late to class. The student gave me a note from another teacher excusing his tardiness. Now, I hate to say it, but sometimes it’s not always easy to trust teens, so if they arrive tardy carrying a note, the notes validity is sometimes questioned; even if it is signed by the teacher. You’d be surprised at how well students can forge signatures. But not on this occasion. I didn’t even challenge the notes credibility. Why you may ask? Because of the note paper it was on. In the top corner was some artwork and the teacher’s name printed directly on the note paper. Individualized note pages! What an amazing concept!

I decided I had to get some. So I went to talk to the teacher. He explained that he simply ordered them from a place on the internet and that they were not that expensive. I went home that evening and began to do some notepad printing investigation. I located lots of businesses that do notepad printing, but with various costs. Obviously, I being on a teacher’s budget was searching for the cheapest notepad printing I could come across and yet get a top quality product. I found a notepad printing service called PrintNinja who reported to have “wicked low printing prices” and terrific quality. It seemed awesome. I can get fantastic quality, cheap notepad printing with my made to order look. This will be great for school. Other teachers will never be tricked by fake notes with my name again!


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