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      03-09-2007, 12:57 AM   #45
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      03-09-2007, 09:46 AM   #46
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i disagree josh, no offense.

I feel the gallery should be arranged in chronological order. putting the hot cars first just makes the business seem more desperate. putting in chronological just seems more understated to me. to me it says, "we dont need to put our most flashy cars first cuz we're that good that all our jobs are meticulous"

just like how a bmw doesnt have to be overstated, cuz everyone knows its the best and is the benchmark. leave the loud designs for the japanese cars and "lesser" euro cars.
No problem mon!! Everyone is entitled to their own opinion. I can see your side too. I was going to say up top to leave some nice ones spread out, but skew some more exotics towards the front. My point was that most people besides us car/detailing nuts won't look at more than a page or two. Either way though..

PS. You have to get your priorities straight about BMW being "the best". I would take a F430 over any BMW in a nanosecond..
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      03-11-2007, 12:58 PM   #47
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Personally...I'd stick with the first one...keeps all your marketing cohesive. I would also have the font in black instead of white so you can see them. I'm not so keen about having a photo of a car on the detail shop's card because:

A) the car will become out of date and then you need to get new cards
B) not everyone will like the look of the card.

If you are not changing the website...then I would think it would look more professional if your cards matched as well.

On the rear of the card, i would list some packages or services that you do (i.e. winter packages, spring packages, summer package, car pick up/drop off). Would be more useful than just leaving it blank or having just your logo.
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