Write monthly, quarterly or annual newsletters to highlight your members, your events, your daily actions.

It is common for clubs and associations to switch from a brochure to a newspaper size only to use our mail out service and take advantage of preferential postal contracts, affordable costs and manufacturing times.

Less time spent on manual mailings thanks to our mail out service allows your team to focus your resources on the mission of your organization.

Printing and shipping times are really quick - in some cases a few days are enough for your newspapers to reach the mailboxes of your recipients.

We provide bulk postal shuttles 3 times a week to reduce costs and improve delivery times.

How to make your own club newspaper?

If you are looking to create a club newspaper for your organization, here is a step-by-step guide to help you get started:

Step 1: Decide on the content of the newspaper. Think about what sections you want to include, such as the editorial, members' mail, the association's program and an access card. It is important to ensure that the sections are balanced to give a complete overview of the club.

Step 2: Browse our template library or create your. Decide on a layout and design that is easy to read and visually appealing. You can use InDesign or Canva to design your newspaper.

Step 3: Write the editorial. The editorial should be written by the club president or someone in a leadership position. It should discuss the club's recent activities and upcoming events. It is also a good opportunity to highlight members who have contributed to the club's success.

Step 4: Collect members' mail. Reach out to members and ask for their input on the club's activities. You can include testimonials, member experiences, and feedback. This section is a great way to showcase the club's diversity and to give members a voice.

Step 5: Create the association's program. This section should include a calendar of events and activities for the upcoming weeks or months. It is important to include all relevant details, such as dates, times, locations, and any costs associated with the events.

Step 6: Add an access card. The access card should include information on how members can access the club's events and activities. This section can also include any important contact information, such as phone numbers and email addresses.

Step 7: Proofread and edit. Check for spelling and grammar errors, and make sure that all information is accurate and up-to-date. It is always a good idea to have several people proofread the newspaper to catch any errors or oversights.

Step 8: Print and distribute. Once you are satisfied with the content and layout, print your newspaper and distribute it to your members. You can send it by mail or distribute it at club events.


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