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Katie Myers CPA Presentation Folder

Katie Myers CPA Presentation Folder (Front View)


Katie Myers Accounting Presentation Folder (Front Open View)


Katie Myers CPA Folder (Inside Right View)


Katie Myers Brown Two Pocket Folder (Inside View)


About Design

Vital financial documents fit perfectly into this presentation folder designed for CPA Katie Myers, PC. The front cover is both foil stamped and embossed, providing an eye-popping visual and textural variety.

 

The two notched-style slits on the interior pockets allow a business card to be inserted in a vertical orientation.

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Print Specifications

Conformer® Expanding 2 Pocket Letter Size Folder
Conformer® Expanding 2 Pocket Letter Size Folder

Size Closed: 9 1/2" x 12"
Size Open: 19" x 12"
Print Method (Side 1): 1 Foil Area, 1 Embossed Area

Print Method (Side 2): Blank
Stock: 80lb Eco Cypress Smooth
Coatings: None
Slits: V4 Right Pocket


Additional Information:

Metallic Gold Foil


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