|Color: 4/4, Full Color|||||Pages: 28 pgs (12 months), 36 pgs (16 months)|||||Size: 8.5 x 11 and 5.5 x 8.5, 12 x 12|
|Coating: Aqueous or UV Gloss on Cover Stock|||||Paper:100# Gloss or Matte Text, 80# Closs or Matte cover|
Our Calendar Fundraising Program makes it easy and inexpensive for School and Education, Non-Profit Organizations, Communities, Humane Society, Animal Rescue, Pet Adoption, Animal Organizations, Horses, Dogs and Cats, Dog Clubs, Religious Organizations, Churches, Sports Teams, Fire Departments and Police Departments and more to raise needed funds.
Many non-profit organizations and schools are using calendars for fundraising purposes. At PrintingCenterUSA, our purpose here, is to show you how a fundraising calendar can be put together with very little upfront money and can help your school or non-profit organization support their activities and ensure that parents and community members know what is happening with their local schools or non-profit organization
With custom calendar printing you can express who you are by building a design that resembles your company. Create custom calendar printing that suites your needs and your budget by either customizing your calendar design or by creating a unique style, shape or by simply selecting a unique paper. Never waste money on cheap calendar printing when you can order high quality custom calendars at low printing prices from PrintingCenterUSA.
PrintingCenterUSA specializes in saddle-stitched, spiral and wire-o bound wall mounted calendars for promotional Business and Photography calendar printing. We have calendar templates, design services, ideas, case studies to make your promotional printing calendar fast and easy.
At PrintingCenterUSA, our online print shop prints great quality promotional calendars for business, health and wellness, graphic designers, photographers, museums, religious organizations, real estate and more at wholesale calendar printing prices. Business calendars are great to give to customers or prospects as gifts or hand out in your store, to help brand your company, promote your business, product or service for an entire year.
Our online calendar designer may be just what you are looking for. Just upload your images, drag and drop them into place, and we’ll make it pop!
Use our FREE Downloadable Templates to give you a quick start using your Adobe design software.
We have organized a team of professional graphic designers to help our customers with their design needs. If the thought of designing is overwhelming for you or you just don’t have the time to do it yourself, click on the find a designer button and choose a designer to help you with your design needs.
To a business or organization, a calendar is much more than dates and months. It is a functioning advertisement, maximizing exposure for an entire year. What other advertising medium gives you the opportunity to stay in front of your customers that long. Repetition is the key element in marketing, and a calendar takes full advantage of repetition. Reap the benefits of successful marketing exposure for 12 months. And best of all, people don’t think of calendars as advertising.
Whether you are using a calendar as a fundraising tool, or a marketing campaign PrintingCenterUSA, a fast and easy online calendar printing company, helps you to create the custom print look you want. We help you to achieve your promotional goals with a quality 28-page custom printed calendar. Order full color calendar printing for vibrant reproductions to enhance your project’s look and design.
Our prices and times are based on you providing error free print ready files. Correcting file errors may cost extra money and time. TAKE A FEW MINUTES to CHECK your file with our handy checklist.
Is The Easiest Way To Submit Files And Offers Less Chance For File Errors.(In Design, Illustrator, Photoshop)
On a MAC:
Download > Double Click Zip File > Double Click Button > Click OK
On a MAC Adobe recognizes the preset and automatically embeds it into the Adobe Design Programs.
On a Windows OS:
Download > Double Click Zip File > Select File > Copy (ctrl c) > Paste (ctrl v) to your Desktop
Edit > Adobe PDF Presets > Click Import > Select PrintingCenterUSA.joboptions
Edit > Adobe PDF Presets > Define > Load > Select PrintingCenterUSA.joboptions
Edit > Adobe PDF Presets > Define > Load > Select PrintingCenterUSA.joboptions
On a Windows OS it does not recognize the preset so you have to import it into the Adobe Creative Suite programs one at a time manually.
Bleed, Trim, and Safety:
There are three main elements to know when setting up a document with a bleed. They are the bleed line, trim line, and safety line.
Bleed Line: 1/8" (.125)
One important custom printing term to know is a bleed. Bleed refers to an extra 1/8" (.125) of image that extends beyond the trim area of your printing piece. The project is printed on an oversized sheet that is cut down to size with the appearance that the image bleeds off the edge of the paper.
Trim line indicates where to trim the printed sheet or where the edge of the paper is to ensure that the edges of the printed document are printed correctly. Similar to register or crop marks. The trim line is the final document size.
The safety line or inner margin is the area in which to keep all important elements (text, logo, and/or content) within to prevent them from trimming off. All important elements should be at least 1/8" (.125) inside the edge of the trim line. The cutting of your printed piece is done in large stacks and may vary from the top and the bottom of the stack.
All borders need to be 3/16" within the Trim Line as well as 1/8" extending out over the bleed line (Blue Frame).
Templates also include fold marks that indicate where the fold will be. It is best to line up your panels with the folding marks to ensure the fold being in the correct spot on the panel in final production.
Accepted Files: .pdf, .tiff, .jpeg .psd (photoshop), .ai (illustrator), .eps (illustrator or photoshop), .indd (InDesign)
The recommended file is a PDF file but we will accept high resolution (300dpi) .tiff, .jpeg or the original source file from the following programs Photoshop (.psd), Illustrator (.ai or .eps), and InDesign (.indd).
If working in a program not mentioned files must be exported as a PDF.
EXAMPLE: PDF conversion instructions
Recommended Image Resolution: 300 dpi
File and/or Image resolution should be set at 300 dpi to ensure that the final document is not pixelated (fuzzy) when printed.
Enlarging an image will lower the resolution while reducing an image will increase the resolution. Enlarging an image in a layout is NOT recommended. Images that are less than 300 dpi could reproduce poorly looking fuzzy or pixelated.
Images from the internet are not recommended, as most images are only 72 dpi.
An unfavorable image cannot be resaved as a different type of file. For example, you cannot place a gif file in Photoshop and resave it as an EPS file. This does not change the compatibility of the file. If you have to use low-resolution images we will print only after you consent to the quality.
Required Color Mode: CMYK
CMKY (cyan, magenta, yellow, and black) is a color system called Full Color Printing. Most commercial printers use this process. RBG (red, green, and blue) is the color process that your computer monitor uses to display color. It is important to convert your file to the CMYK color process before printing as it may cause a color shift durning the transition and give you unexpected results. All files submitted that are not CMYK, will be converted over before printing. If your project is color sensitive, it is recommended that you request a hard copy proof to ensure the end result is to your specifications.
EXAMPLE: RBG displays digitally and CMYK for print.
Font and Transparency:
We recommend that all transparencies be flattened before file submission. We also ask that you set your fonts to outlines prior to file submission. Not flattening or outlining fonts can cause some items to fall off during file preparation for printing. Any files submitted without these things being done may result in items dropping out from your artwork during the conversion process needed to prepare your artwork for printing.