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Customer Spotlight

Customer Spotlight: Stitchin' Post

Wendy Batara, Marketing Program Manager, Modern Postcard

Tell us about Stitchin’ Post. What do you do, who are your customers?
The Stitchin' Post was established in 1975 in Sisters, Oregon; a tiny community in the Cascade Mountains. We are a destination store for quilters and knitters with an international reputation. Jean Wells, the owner, started the world famous Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show™. Our customers come from central Oregon, greater Oregon, the west coast, and all over the world. They vary in age but most are 40 years old and older and mostly women

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Customer Spotlight – David Rochkind

Wendy Batara, Marketing Program Manager, Modern Postcard

David Rochkind produces visual media for commercial, non-profit and editorial clients. Whether shooting still photography or producing a short film, David’s passion resides in telling stories that give a voice to people and communities who deserve to be heard. Having traveled to a number of poverty stricken countries, David has documented some of the most difficult and challenging health issues of our time, producing films that inspire action and motivate change.

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Customer Success Story

Wendy Batara, Marketing Program Manager, Modern Postcard

Scott Areman, a Seattle and Atlanta based commercial portrait photographer, relies on quality printing to help him look his best and put his best foot forward.

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Customer Success Story – William D. Cannon Art Gallery

Wendy Batara, Marketing Program Manager, Modern Postcard

National quality with a regional focus. Variety and balance. Introduction of new work and artists to the region. Engaging new audiences. These are some of the primary goals of the William D. Cannon Art Gallery's changing exhibition program.

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Customer Success Story – McPherson Opera House

Wendy Batara, Marketing Program Manager, Modern Postcard

Timing is everything. Just when the economy bottomed out, we were still $3.25 million short of completing the rehabilitation of the Opera House auditorium. I'm condensing the story here and leaving out a number of important steps, but the upshot is that we were able to have included on a city election ballot a yes or no vote on a ½% special-use sales tax for the completion of the auditorium.

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I'm an amateur photographer in Brooklyn. My neighbors love my Brownstone neighborhood photos, and this year I took the leap and started a small greeting card business using my photos! At first, the process seemed intimidating, but the customer service at Modern made it easy. I used the phone and email for help, and everyone was very nice, professional and supportive. The finished product speaks for itself...the cards are gorgeous! I am using them for my personal holiday cards, as well as selling them online and in small local businesses. I can't wait to prepare my second set of photo cards with Modern Postcard.
Edie Hoffmann