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stunning!!! love love love.

curious, which sans serif font did you use for the invitations? absolutely stunning effect!

those are so pretty! i love the blue + green combo.

Those are really nice...luv'em! The mountains are sweet!
Side Note: My old architecture firm (O'Bryan Partnership, www.oparch.com) designed the Hyatt Grand Aspen. Beautiful place to stay!

These are amazing! I love the blind emboss! SO so amazing and that map....swooooon.....e

Buyers are pushing sales conversations to the late stages of the purchasing process. On average, it's likely that marketing spends a longer period of time with your leads than sales does. (If you're not requesting sales pursuit until they are sales ready, that is.)

If marketing has a content strategy that's enabled them to tell a consistent problem-to-solution story over time and then a sales rep shows up with an unexpected agenda - the lead has to re-start, instead of simply taking the next step in the path they've been followiasdfng.

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