Catalogs

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Catalogs are multi-page bound documents that can be used for a variety of options such as glossy product sales tools and corporate training aides. Real Estate Agents often use them to showcase homes for sale. They provide comprehensive information about the range of products or services offered by the publisher. Catalogs that need to be kept for longer periods of time usually have covers printed on thicker stock for durability.

Our Catalogs are bound with saddle stitching. For other binding options, kindly request a quote below.

Our commonly preferred order options are 8.5" x 11" with 16 pages plus the cover on 100# Gloss Text weight paper with 100# Gloss Cover stock for the cover. Catalogs are usually printed in full colour on both sides of each page (4/4) and are coated AQ 2 Sides throughout.

For detailed information on larger or smaller quantities and additional stock choices available, please call your closest Sherwood location or request a quote below.

Catalogs are powerful sales tools that showcase products and their benefits. This helps guide customers to what they would like to buy. Customers get to see the full range of your products and services. Catalogs are suitable for a wide range of products. From clothing to electronics, they bring the showroom to the customer.

Catalogs can also be sent directly to current and prospective customers. If you have a broad range of products or if your customers need detailed information to make good choices, Catalogs are the best choice.

Our experts suggest adding a QR code to your design to link directly to additional online information. This can be a better way to provide more detail instead of cramming lots of detail in your Catalogs. You may want to include a performance worksheet or a link to an online video, or even your seminar's schedule. QR code's are linked to an online information. This ensures that you can change the online information without the need to reprint the QR code.

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