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Our Covergirl (or Guy) Yearbook Ads are a PPA Hot One!

”˜Tis the season--senior photo season, that is. And we're stoked to announce that one of our favorite senior templates, the Covergirl (or Guy) Yearbook Ads, has just been recognized by PPA's Professional Photographer magazine as a 2013 Hot One award winner. Given to products that exhibit “exceptional quality, innovation, design and performance as judged by a distinguished panel of industry experts,” Hot Ones represent the best of the business, and we're honored to be recognized as such. These Covergirl (or Guy) Yearbook Ads--6 styles, in full, half, or quarter page sizes--upsell themselves, with their slick design and flexible carryover to other products like wall art and print/digital announcements.

Check them out in the shop today for a summer of senior upselling.


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