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As we all know, our first impression are often the last impression. This is why it is extremely important to have a professional, yet creative letterhead that will make a huge impact. Letterheads and envelopes are important for sending letters, invoices, receipts, and much more. These are essentials for any business, no matter the size. You want to make sure that your stationary matches and are of professional quality.

So what do you include on your letterhead and envelopes?

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Panhandle Pediatric Dentistry is a locally owned pediatric dentist office that specializes in treating young children and adolescents. Dr. Eric Berry and his wife Creative Printing of Bay County - testimonial - Dr. BerryTricia opened the practice a little over 3 years ago here is Panama City, Florida.  They chose Panama City due to being near the coast and close to family. Dr. Berry was inspired to open his own business due to his love for children.
 
Panhandle Pediatric Dentistry was in need of a logo when they opened. They began working with Creative Printing after interviewing 2 other shops. Creative stood out due to how personable they are and how easy they are to work with. Mrs. Tricia states, “I like their style of approach and excitement about helping getting our company going.”
 
Dr. Berry and Mrs. Tricia love their logo! Mrs. Tricia states, “It was difficult to design a shark that didn’t look mean.” “Creative continued to redesign the shark until it looked friendly and was exactly what we wanted.”
 

 

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