Join Us On the Journey Welcome Folders, 12
Good folders, but too expensive. Also, I would prefer them to be in larger quantities for a cheaper price.
February 20, 2010
The title "Come Joins Us The Journey" just says it all. It's more personable and friendly and the picture is pretty and serene. I think it is more inviting to a new person.
August 7, 2009
This is an excellent product. Image is non-threating, modern and unpretentious. The colors are crisp, bright, and clear. Welcoming both in design and message. Works well for the guest in worship, small group study, fellowship event, etc, and for a variety of ages. The colors makes it easy to create coordinating inserts in-house. The message "join us on the journey" is perfect for first time guests as it artfully gives an invitation, and not just a welcome. The journey message is easy to move accross media and sounds good when said from the pulpit. Easy for members to remember to say in conversation as they engage newcomers. Ease of integratting 'journey' message on a variety of platforms establishes consistency that is memorable. The quality of the material is sturdy with room in the pockets to include a such things as a thin welcome pen, magnet, welcome letter, church information, worship bulletin, etc. In addition, the coating on the folder prevents color rub off from sweaty hands, spilled beverages during fellowship hour, or the occasional tipped over communion cup. Coating is not to heavy that it cannot be recycled in most community recycling programs in the off chance guest chooses not to hold onto it. Purchased coordinating products as well and am equally pleased with the overall package. Price is competitive, but could be better. The only reason for not giving it a five is the lack of better packing for ease of calculating/offering quantity discount. Packaging welcome folders in sets of 12 just seems 'off'. Most sets of 'things' are packaged so that the 1st deep quantity discount begins at 100. To get 100 of these you must purchase 8.3 packages to get close. I don't know, maybe it's the marketer/salesperson in me, but 12 just feels 'off'.
April 4, 2008