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Two-Side Business Card
What’s on the Back of Your Business Card?
Business cards are an invaluable tool, but they can be so one-dimensional. You’ve got all your essential information on the front, but what about the flip side? Now you can make these cards more useful by creating your own two-sided business cards with Avery Two-Side Printable Clean Edge® Business Cards.

With these unique cards, you can keep all your essential information such as your name, company, address and phone number on the front, and include custom messaging on the back. Maybe you’d like to include driving directions, or the location of your booth at the next trade show. Or even a time-sensitive special promotional offer or coupon. It’s easy to tailor your cards for practically any situation or event. And because you can create and print as many cards as you need, when you need them, you can change your information whenever you want.

Quick Tips for Two-Sided Business Cards:

- Use Avery Design & Print Online to personalize and print your cards directly from the web.

- Be sure to include your essentials: company logo, your name, address, e-mail address, phone and fax numbers.

- Design the second side with additional information, such as driving directions, maps, business operating hours or services offered.

- For time-specific events such as trade shows and conventions, use the second side to include special offers or appointment reminders.

Business cards are traditionally used to share your essential information. But when your business cards need to say more, turn to our Two-Side Printable Clean Edge Business Cards. The heavyweight card stock gives you virtually the same professional quality you’d expect from a commercial print shop, right from your inkjet printer. Cards snap out easily for smooth, clean edges, and the matte coating on both sides make vivid colors and sharp text stand out, front and back. Now that’s a card that lives up to its full potential.

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