Welcome. The Next Day Flyers Graphic Design and Printing Blog was created with its customers in mind. We’re constantly searching for ways to improve our company through innovative products and services to best meet a large variety of customer needs. The blog will keep you updated on our new products and special promotions and give you a forum to easily share your thoughts and ideas so we can better serve you through our printed products and services.
Along with increased communication we will also provide useful research-based articles that are designed to generate ideas and solutions to assist with your marketing efforts and increase profits. Our articles will range from specific industries to the use of print and non-print media in marketing campaigns. Additional cutting edge topics of interest to all businesses will include the areas of graphic design, business promotion, online resources, and current trends.
We are delighted you have taken the time to join us on our Next Day Flyers’ Blog. We hope you will share your ideas with us, that we can learn from each other, and have some fun along the way.
NDF Blog Mission Statement
To offer readers the latest news about Next Day Flyers’ products, services, and promotions, seek customer input, and provide informative idea-generating marketing articles and resources.
Our Mission and Vision
A Message From Our President David Handmaker
“Positive change begins with an idea. When one crafts an idea into a form others can understand and relate to, it becomes a message. When a message gets out, gains momentum and reshapes beliefs, the world has an opportunity to step forward.
There are many competing messages in the world; in order to have any chance for positive transformation the process of getting the message out must be flawless. We believe flawless execution is twofold: first a message must preserve the integrity of the idea; and second the message must get out at the right moment.
Our purpose is to bring about positive change in the world by flawlessly executing our role of getting the message out exactly as intended and at precisely the right time.”
– Dave Handmaker, President