Design Aglow + Color Inc = Organizational Bliss

Photography Studio Organizational ToolsPhotography Studio Organizational ToolsStaying organized is the backbone of any successful photography studio, and Design Aglow has the elements you need with our Essential Studio Workflow Assistant.  Looking for another great option to print your workflow board?  ColorInc prints this beautiful dry erase board with rounded corners, magnetic panels on the back, lightweight mounting, and it even comes with a dry erase marker! Photographers are raving about the workflow board: "Bought it last night and am already using the checklist! Love it and can't wait to integrate the rest into our existing workflow ”“ love the product ”“ it is just what we were looking for! Thank you Design Aglow you hit the mark once again!" - Andi "Awesome idea and something I have wanted forever but had no time to create! Thanks!" - Bobbi "Can't tell you how much I am loving this! Right in the middle of my crazy season, feeling totally overwhelmed and this helped clear my head. I personalized it, and am actually feeling in control once again. THANK YOU!!!!" - Sandy ColorInc is offering a fabulous discount to Design Aglow readers to help you print your very own workflow board: 15% off your next order for existing ColorInc Customers with promo code : DA15 10% off your first ten orders for new ColorInc Customers with promo code : DA1010 But wait, there's more!  One lucky social media king (or queen) will win a free dry erase board from ColorInc for telling your peeps about us.  Spread the word about the Design Aglow giveaway & link to designaglow.com/blog on Facebook, Twitter, your blog or any photography forums you love with the words “Organizing your photography studio has never been easier with Design Aglow's Workflow Board ~ designaglow.com/blog””¦and then come back here and leave a comment for each thing you do (max of four comments per person). Make sure you provide us with a link to your shout out in the comments section below and make sure it links back to us at the Design Aglow blog. All entries must be submitted by 6 pm (EST), Sunday evening (January 30th, 2011). The winner will be announced Monday morning (EST)! *UPDATE: A big congrats to contest winner Cynthia Trundle, who won a free dry erase board from ColorInc!  Thanks to all who participated and keep your eye on the blog for new fab products and fun contests coming soon”¦.


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