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Prisma is your USPS resource

We’ve gotten a few questions recently about some of the finer details of postal regulations. Since we navigate the rules and regulations of the USPS every day at Prisma, we have the answers for you. With over 2 million items processed each month, we know mail.
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Google Analytics alters key terms

You may have recently logged into Google Analytics and noticed something different. Where it used to say things like “visits” and “unique visitors,” now there are “sessions” and “users.”
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Doing what we can when tragedy hits home

With great sadness, we acknowledge the tragic loss of John Hobbs, a 21-year veteran of the Phoenix Police Department who was shot and killed this week while serving his community. Our thoughts are with the Hobbs family and the entire Phoenix Police Department, as well as with Detective Albert “A.J.” Casados,…
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Insights and trends for B2B marketing in 2014

In January, the Business Marketing Association of Arizona gathered marketers together to ask the question: What will business-to-business marketing look like in 2014? A panel of experts at the Prisma-sponsored event discussed the topic. Presented below are some of their insights. Business Development For a large enterprise corporation, if a…
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Roboto font not recommended for print use

Last week, members of the Prisma team encountered an issue with a font called Roboto that caused delays in the printing process. Roboto was created by Google and released with the Android Ice Cream Sandwich operating system. It is a sans serif font that is the default font on many…
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The little stadium replica that could

The 2016 College National Football Championship is coming to Glendale. How it happened is a fun story, and Prisma had a hand in it. The Arizona Host Committee came to Prisma with an idea: Could we make a tiny replica of University of Phoenix Stadium? We could and we did.…
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Who won the Prisma snowflake contest?

A few weeks ago, we presented a challenge to our clients in our holiday gift: make us a snowflake. We gave everyone some pretty silver-white paper with a few folds and let them roll. In return, we received a flurry of flakes — all unique, as a snowflake should be.…
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Celebrating our veterans

  November 11th, 1918 is regarded as the end of “the war to end all wars”. In November 1919, President Wilson chose November 11th as the first commemoration of Armistice Day with the following words: “To us in America, the reflections of Armistice Day will be filled with solemn pride…
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