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A Festive Receipt: Personalization & Humor

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We've always said: A little humor can go a long way. If you've been following our blog, you know our Senior Consultant, Brittney Joyce, has a gamer son, Cameron. As Cameron prepared to attend PAX East 2019 in Boston this March, he purchased a hot game among the board game circuit: Exploding Kittens. Owned and created by the company that produces The Oatmeal comics, it's meant to be edgy and silly.

When the package arrived, it included a personalized receipt complete with cartoon which promoted another new game made by the company, You've Got Crabs.

If a company selling thousands of games can include one of these in each package, what can you be doing to ensure personalization (and a bit of humor) for your audience?

Yes, a little on the cheeky side, but it’s authentic to the company that produces this game. To a 14-year-old in middle school Health class, it was hysterical.

Yes, a little on the cheeky side, but it’s authentic to the company that produces this game. To a 14-year-old in middle school Health class, it was hysterical.

Three Cheers for Chalkboards

Why do displays for your Welcome Centers have to be overly designed, stuffy, and outdated the moment you print them?

Three cheers for our clients who've chosen to install chalkboards and use them in fun, purposeful ways in their daily campus visits! They're modern, timeless, and, again, FUN.

(Also included: a few of our most recent favorite chalkboards in our experience excursions!)