Informative advertisement for my eggs...

Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by lolita117, Feb 12, 2012.

  1. lolita117

    lolita117 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Okay, a thread on here the other day got me thinking about trying to inform my future customers about country eggs, while advertising my eggs as well. That got me thinking... make brochures and take them to local business like banks, feed stores, doctors offices, and anybody who would be willing to keep out some of my brochures. Also have these brochures whenever I'm selling at farmers markets (if I even need to take them there).
    Before you jump down my throat, yes, I got my information from websites that most of us have been on. But I did put these websites in my brochure for readers to see.
    Main topics I wanted to cover was nutrition of farm eggs versus commercially produced eggs, but more importantly EGGSHELL COLOR (because so many don't understand that chickens lay different colored eggs), and also the yolk color.
    So here is my brochure. (Please don't steal my design, I would be more than happy to know that I inspired you to create something of your own, but I worked really hard designing my brochure and all chicken pictures are my own chickens. The only pic I did not take was of the eggs.)

    (Also I blacked out my address and phone number. I think I read on here somewhere that your not suppose to put that stuff on BYC)
    Imagine it folded:
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  2. Kevin565

    Kevin565 Chicken Obsessed Premium Member

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    It looks excellent! [​IMG]
     
  3. FarmCoe

    FarmCoe Flock Mistress

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    Very informative! I enjoyed reading it, although I feel you should have listed "spotted" with all the egg colors! Good job[​IMG]
     
  4. lolita117

    lolita117 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Yea, I should have done that. But hopefully if I can get someone, who otherwise never would, to try a green egg or not be afraid of an orange yolk maybe spots on the eggs won't be so scary for them.
     
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