Types of Paper for Business Cards | Small Business

Elroy Mariano

Business cards are an easy and direct way to introduce your business while providing contact information, and often they are the first impression of a business that a potential client receives. A business card should convey a sense of quality and professionalism as well as attention to detail. It all starts with the choice of paper stock a business chooses for the card.

Card Stock

The correct term when discussing

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Falcons place first-round pick A.J. Terrell on COVID-19 list

Elroy Mariano

The Atlanta Falcons placed cornerback A.J. Terrell on the reserved/COVID-19 list on Saturday. He is the first player to be placed on the list since the season kicked off Sept. 10.

Terrell, the 16th overall pick in the 2020 draft, will miss Sunday’s game against the Chicago Bears, per Ian Rapoport of NFL Network.

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Motor insurance fraud up six per cent in 2019

Elroy Mariano

Coronavirus related fraud

There were 58,000 fraudulent motor insurance claims in 2019, a rise of six per cent on 2018’s figures.

Data from the Association of British Insurers (ABI) shows this drove a five per cent increase in overall fraudulent claims, with 107,000 registered in the year.

Motor insurance fraud remained the most common type, though the total value of £605 million was actually lower than 2018.

Around 75 per

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Chadwick Boseman secured Sienna Miller for 21 Bridges with money from his own salary

Elroy Mariano



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Chadwick Boseman gave up part of his salary from starring and producing 2019’s 21 Bridges to secure Sienna Miller’s participation. Miller is telling the story for the first time because she says “it’s a testament to who he was.”

Miller played narcotics detective Frankie Burns in the action thriller following NYPD officer Andre Davis (Boseman) as he unravels a mysterious case possibly involving

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Capitalizing On The Suburban, Multi-Generational Home And Office

Elroy Mariano

The census bureau will release new home construction figures for August tomorrow. An earlier prediction of a 6.6% contraction for 2020 is dire but new residential construction is already rebounding since April with rising prices buoyed by low supply and mortgage rates. Nevertheless, commercial real estate, especially on the retail side, is projected to suffer due to a surge in eCommerce activity, home offices and overall safety and quality-of-life concerns

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