This article features in the December 13 issue of @Labelcity.com (http://www.labelcity.com/docs/@LABELCITY_20071213.pdf) - our weekly broadcast of news, user stories and giveaways.
�I am the volunteer Area Manager for a non-profit organization that raises money and items to be packed and shipped to our deployed military. When an individual from another organization that I belong to donates enough to ship a box of C-Rats (Civilian Rations) overseas, I include a Thank you card to the troops in each of the 50 baggies of goodies that are included in that box. On the back of each Thank You card, I print the name of the person who donated the money for the shipping charges and a brief thank you from them, and do that on Dymo labels. Dymo also helps me print the labels for the donation acknowledgements that I send out every month to our contributors. Since Operation Interdependence is not budgeted for office equipment, I use my own personal Dymo printer and labels (at my cost) with Microsoft WORD for this process. It save me about 2-3 hours a month and speeds the process which is vital since this is part time volunteer work which I do at night after a typical 11 hour day job. Thanks Dymo both at work and at home I love the ease and convenience�
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