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start marketing your holiday sessions with our new tri-fold promo!

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It's never too early to remind existing and potential clients about scheduling holiday portrait sessions, and with our Holiday Portrait Promo you can start filling up your fall calendar now! This irresistible tri-fold design comes with space to drop in your own images and pre-written clear, comprehensive verbiage. Use it as an eye-catching luxe brochure, email invite, and/or post on your website and blog to remind your clients that you are ready to be their one-stop holiday card and gift shop. Card includes pre-written language for: - Scheduling your Session - What to Wear - Promotion for: Cards, Products & Gift Ideas - Early-Booking Call to Action Special thanks to Amanda Andrews Photography, Carol Ann Photography, Brooke Beasley Photography, and Chubby Cheek Photography for providing us with the lovely sample images! Click here to see it in the shop!


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