"This goal should be easy to reach for many companies," says Rawlings, "since Lincoln Press offers additional services to take care of all corporate communication needs."
This incentive plan is not the first unique plan implemented to increase the company's growth. Last year, Rawlings came up with an idea to give away a Harley-Davidson Sportster. For every five hundred dollars of printing spent, clients were given an entry for the Harley raffle at Lincoln Press' June 2003 Open House. More printing orders meant more entries. During the open house, Tammy Hasan-Lai with Cantex was the winner and rode off into the sunset on her new motorcycle.
Lincoln Press has also extended this idea to charitable organizations who can have their members buy printing under their umbrella name, get the Lamborghini and auction it off to raise substantial revenue to help their efforts.
Few printing companies provide the services that Lincoln Press offers. Everything from producing business forms, brochures, annual reports and letterhead to pocket folders and direct mail. Lincoln Press specializes in large format printing that includes point-of-purchase items, posters and packaging. Lincoln Press is also a resource for Advertising Specialty Institute (ASI) and Promotional Products Association International (PPAI) promotional items including shirts, hats, pens, etc. In addition to printing services, Lincoln Press offers forms management, storage and inventory programs to help clients take advantage of volume discounts.
Lincoln Press is located at 2430 Lacy Lane, Suite 102 in Carrollton, Texas. For more information on Lincoln Press, please call Richard R. Rawlings at 972.243.6612 or visit www.lincolnpress.biz. High resolution photos of the car are available upon request.