Is A Window "sticker" A Good Idea?

Business By alicegop Updated 24 Feb 2008 , 2:16am by beachcakes

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alicegop Posted 23 Feb 2008 , 5:45pm
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I have a very small cake supply business, I want to find local bakers since the only other place to buy cake supplies is michaels.... I keep thinking I should get one of those white window lettering things to put on my car.... I have a saturn so I can't get a magnet for the car. Does anyone think that is worth the money and defacement of my car? How much does something like that cost?

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peacockplace Posted 23 Feb 2008 , 7:30pm
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I was wondering about that today too. I was wondering about having one of those window clings made. That way to can remove it. I have no idea who makes them or how much they would cost.

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snowynight Posted 23 Feb 2008 , 7:49pm
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Contact a local sign company in your area if you have one. I had mine made for around 80 dollars. It is vinyl and adheres very well. It has company name&address&phone&picture of cake. The only thing is to take them off you will need a razor blade. I hope that helps some.

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TheButterWench Posted 23 Feb 2008 , 9:53pm
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I went to office max and got the sticky letters for the window!!

I was going to put them in my car but my business front door needed more.

I paid like 15 dollars for like 3 sets.

I pasted a cake circle on the door and spaced my name around the circle and in the center I put a bit of duct tape, leveled it and added my phone number.

Too Cool for words! lol

I saved myself a bundle and I got the size I needed too.

I got the letters in the back wall, they are indoor and outdoor letters. and I got the 3" I could've gotten larger.

Maybe another Office Max run is in order? lol

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leily Posted 24 Feb 2008 , 2:02am
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Make sure you check with your insurance company first before you do this if your vehicle is not a business vehicle. It may change your insurance coverage. And if you don't tell them and you get into an accident they may not cover it b/c of the business advertising (or if you are making deliveries or doing pick up of materials)

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beachcakes Posted 24 Feb 2008 , 2:16am
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