How to Avoid the Top Mistakes Yearbook Editors Make

Avoid costly yearbook printing mistakes by following these simple tips from top yearbook publishing company, Entourage Yearbooks. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE PRLog (Press Release) – Jun 23, 2010 – Top yearbook publishing company, Entourage Yearbooks, offers advice on how to avoid common yearbook printing mistakes. 1.  Missed delivery dates:  Avoid missing out on the most important book of the year by scheduling delivery dates and planned deadlines at the beginning of the project.  Adhering to deadlines will teach students important time management skills and ensure an on-time arrival of yearbooks. 2.  Plan for the worst:  In the event that the yearbook project may encounter extra fees, schools should allocate a backup… Read More

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For members of the armed forces and their families, deployment yearbooks say what words cannot

When members of the 304th Brigade returned home to Texas after a yearlong deployment in Iraq this past November, they were greeted by more than just excited family and friends at Fort Bliss. Also waiting in the wings at the coming home ceremony was Army Sgt. Maj. Doris Long, a 30-year veteran of the U.S. Army and a member of the 304th.Next to Long were stacks of freshly printed and hard-bound “deployment yearbooks.” Delivered with only three days to spare, the pages of 304th Brigade’s deployment yearbook capture the unit’s journey, as well serve as a historical record of the deployment. The book provides insight into the life of a… Read More

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