Doing another large print late Feb – call if you need custom preparedness books

customizable disaster preparedness and first aid booksSeveral agencies and groups are submitting artwork to try to do a large print late-February 2013 so, if you or any agencies, businesses or groups you know want a customized version of our disaster preparedness and first aid manual, please contact Fedhealth ASAP at 520.907.2153 to discuss your needs.

Books make great educational giveaways for your employees, customers and local communities, and our customizable tool can help clear out leftover grant dollars that are time sensitive.

And some groups collaborate with businesses, civic clubs, nonprofit groups, Emergency Planning Councils and others to get sponsor/advertising money or bundle dollars together, and Fedhealth can individually receipt each amount to commit funds down to the penny. Plus books (and CDs or flash drives) qualify as community education providing about a $4-to-$1 match that agencies and nonprofits can use towards matching grant programs.

We discount our 266-page book up to 75% off list (or as low as $3.50 U.S. each) and customize them for free (in print process [1,000 units & up] .. OR .. with peel & sticker labels on our standard red books in smaller quantities.

Again, we hope to send all completed artwork to our printer late Feb for a March delivery — IF all goes as planned. If not, it might push things another month or so but we’ll keep interested groups updated going forward.

customizable USB drives include ITS A DISASTER ebookWe can also burn custom CDs or flash drives at ANY time since those jobs don’t require bundling.

Learn more or call us at 1-888-999-4325.

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