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JLNY Group Insurance Policy File Folder

JLNY Group Insurance Policy File Folder (Front View)


JLNY Group Insurance Business Folder (Front Open View)


JLNY Group Insurance Policy Folder (Inside Right View)


JLNY Insurance Presentation Folder (Inside View)


About Design

Since the JLNY insurance group positions itself as a “link” between brokers and markets, the “bridge” logo in this design serves as an excellent metaphor. The design uses black and blue PMS ink to present a professional, businesslike impression.

 

Inside, the 2-pocket presentation folder offers multiple forms of contact information, so recipients will have several ways to get in touch with the company.

© Design Copyright: Attribution, Non-Commercial and No Derivatives

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Print Specifications

Original 2 Pocket Presentation Folder
Original 2 Pocket Presentation Folder

Size Closed: 9" x 12"
Size Open: 18" x 12"
Print Method (Side 1): 2 PMS Colors

Print Method (Side 2): Blank
Stock: 14pt C1S Semi-Gloss
Coatings: None
Slits: H1 Right Pocket



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