Creative Instinct, an award winning graphic design studio located in Denver, Colorado
recently launched a new website named
Creative Instinct has designed officially licensed collectible trading card products for
over 10 years including products for NASCAR, NFL, NHRA (Drag Racing), NCAA
(Collegiate Sports), ATP/WTA (Tennis), Elvis Presley Enterprises and Orange County Choppers.
Custom Trading Cards was developed to make "AUTHENTIC" trading cards accessible
to the mainstream. The digitally printed trading cards or even inkjet or laser
printer cards that are laminated and currently offered by existing companies online can't
compare to the commercially printed quality that is being offered. Custom-TradingCards.com
is the first company to offer trading cards to be printed on extra thick 16 pt card stock.
The same quality as many of the Topps and Upper Dec sports trading cards that are sold at
retail locations nationwide. All trading cards printed have full color fronts and
backs with a glossy UV coating. The trading card templates on the website are designed
by professional designers but are also offered fully customized to the department
needs whether it be the addition of a badge or sponsor logo.
The trading cards promote services, increase community awareness, spread safety
messages and aid in the teaching of children. Although the trading card prices are very
affordable as a unique promotional item, many police/fire departments don't have marketing
budgets to produce trading cards but they lend themselves to a great sponsorship opportunity.
Sponsorship is a win-win situation since the company sponsoring the trading cards is able
to advertise their business and demonstrate their involvement in the community while the
trading cards serve their purpose for the police/fire department. "Iíve been asked many
times over the years by individuals who see our licensed products if we could produce
affordable trading cards for their companies and now I can answer - yes!" says Gavin
Levy founder of Creative Instinct.
Visit our website at www.Custom-TradingCards.com
and keep a look out in early 2009 when the online design tool is revealed to allow
users to design their own trading cards.