In 2 weeks, I am invited to meet a fashion icon, in New York City. Since this is a chance of a life time, I want to put my best foot forward and decided to get some lovely business cards, so I can network too! Presentation is everything! ... And like Oprah and the Japanese, "Love is in the detail!"

Searching for a suitable business card that was fashionable, trendy, funky and bright, I found Zazzle. Better yet, in my quest never to pay full price for online purchases, I discovered this 50% off Business Cards coupon. ... And then check out my new business cards, SEXY! Order yours, today!

50% off Business Cards - * 50% of the business card net sale price will be deducted when one or more business card packs are purchased and the coupon code BIZCARDS5010 is applied at checkout. The net sale price is the price of the product (excluding shipping and taxes). Offer is valid from March 19, 2010 through March 31, 2010 at 11:59pm PT. This offer does not apply to past purchases and may not be combined with any other Zazzle promotional or volume discount offers. If a volume discount applies to your order, you will receive either the discount set forth in this offer or the standard volume discount, whichever is greater. Offer valid on only.

"Zazzle is an online retailer that allows users to upload images and create their own merchandise (clothing, posters, etc), or buy merchandise created by other users. Zazzle was founded in 1999 by Robert Beaver, and his sons Bobby and Jeff Beaver. In 2005, Google investors John Doerr and Ram Shriram invested US$16 million into the business. The site was recognized by TechCrunch as 2007's "best business model" in its first annual "Crunchies" awards, and has been noted by industry experts, such as B. Joseph Pine, for its easy-to-use technology. offers Digital printing, and embroidered decoration on their retail apparel items, as well as other personalization techniques and items." - WIKI

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