Clue Two: Prism Makes the Signalwrite Gift Specialer


Here is what Signalwrite Marketing and a snowman have in common. They both start with the letter “S” and that’s what this second clue is all about. I told the Prismatics about this remarkable coincidence. They were amazed.

The amazement has been translated into a wonderful figure, the icon-like Snowman, composed completely of “S” – lots. Small, large, serif, sans serif, caps and lower case (“S” in all its forms). This is it here. Lucky Signalwrite Marketing clients will see it in close proximity/attached to the 2009 Holiday Gift. My own present from the Prism Design team: What they’ve given me in terms of time, creativity and art.

What’s the gift? Clue One is on the Signalwriter blog. Maybe you’ll guess lucky and get a double helping of Something Special.

Our Designer, Stacy Allen, illustrated.

A bean full of thank you’s to Richard Laurence Baron for guest blogging

this post today.


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3 Responses to “Clue Two: Prism Makes the Signalwrite Gift Specialer”

  1. Carol Kelly Says:

    You are all such brainiacs at Prism Design.

    I’ve just been talking about snow (in Pittsburgh, Baltimore, Denever, here) in e-mails to friends this morning and here, now, I get the snow report from Houston.

    Keep on using that old bean, Susan. It pays off.


  2. MaryLynn Says:

    Love your blog, Susan.

    Hear you actually did get snow in Houston, however! Welcome to our world (It’s been snowing off and on since Saturday night – lots in the mountains). Good news if you ski and very Christmasy!


  3. Jennifer Says:

    Hi Susan,

    I like the snowman…very nice… hope all is well.


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