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November 28, 2013   
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The Personal Touch

The approaching holidays are a time of special warmth and caring and giving.
A beautifully laid out and personalized Christmas card—with best wishes for
health, happiness and prosperity—will evoke a smile on every face. Your
customers and business partners will be pleasantly surprised if they receive
such a personalized message from you, along with words of thanks for their
help and input.
A personalized card will make the recipient feel they are special. Though
considered old fashioned by many, old-school Christmas cards are still one
of the most cherished and best remembered forms of communication during
Christmas and the New Year. With a customized graphic layout and content
tailored to a specific recipient, they stand out among the thousands of
run-of-the-mill season’s greetings sent out by email that end up in your
junk mail folder after being filtered out as spam.

In addition—unlike in the case of collective greetings sent out to everyone
on your contacts list—your customers and business partners will appreciate
the extra effort you’ve made to sign the card by hand, write out the address,
stick on the stamp, and slip the card into the mailbox. Time dedicated to
someone is the most precious thing you can give them.

A personalized Christmas card—as a method of personalized marketing—is a
good and simple way to end a year on a positive note, and if you attach a
personalized gift in the form of an elegant notepad with the name of the
recipient embossed on it or a calendar with specially-picked photos, you can
be confident that person will keep your gift close at hand throughout the
year ahead.

Jan Bi³yk, CEO of Laurens Coster


Hair Energizing Formula
The Adenogen preparation from Shiseido provides an effective way of stimulating hair growth using Adenosine, which is an active and bio-compatible agent that stimulates hair growth in men and women. Adenosine directly intensifies the production of hair growth and stimulates blood circulation to ensure appropriate nutrition of hair roots. It restores natural vitality and energy to hair so it becomes thicker, stronger and healthier.


Fragrance for Hedonists
Azzaro has launched a new men’s fragrance as part of its Chrome collection. The spicy-woody composition, called Azzaro Chrome United, is signed by perfume-maker Richard Ibanez. The fragrance opens with the refreshing citrus notes of bergamot, combined with spices (coriander and Sichuan pepper). At its heart lie intense notes of Ceylon black tea and violet leaf, resting on a base of woody notes of cedar and white musk. Azzaro Chrome United is for people who like socializing and having fun. Azzaro Chrome United comes in a transparent glass bottle.


Pack Your Kettle and Drive
A hot drink is always a good idea on the road, but you don’t always feel like pulling over and spending money in a roadside diner. How about boiling up some water in your car instead? The WAECO PerfectKitchen MCK 750 electric kettle is designed specifically for use in cars. Hook it up to the car’s 12 V or 24 V socket and your tea, coffee or instant soup will be ready in no time.


New Volvo Headlights
Volvo has unveiled a ground-breaking system called Active High Beam, which allows you to keep your long beams on without blinding other car drivers. The system uses a camera to detect other vehicles and blocks a part of the beam. On the road, this looks like a dark, vertical strip crossing your lights. You can see it best while driving in the dark away from lit urban areas.


Super Diesel Honda CR-V
The fourth generation of Honda’s popular CR-V SUV comes with a new, ultraeconomical diesel engine. The 1.6-liter engine from the Earth Dreams Technology series is manufactured at the Honda plant in Swindon, southwest England. Its cylinder head and cylinder block are made of aluminum. The 1.6 i-DTEC motor is 47 kilograms lighter than the larger 2.2 i-DTEC version and delivers its maximum power of 120 hp at 4,000 rpm thanks to a Garrett turbocharger. The maximum torque of 300 Nm is developed at 2,000 rpm. Cars fitted with this engine take just over 11 seconds to hit 100 kph. According to the producer, the new CR-V uses an average of 4.5 liters of diesel per 100 kilometers. Such low consumption is in part made possible by an “ECO assistant” system that uses the speedometer to advise the driver how economically he is driving. Normally white, the light on the speedometer turns green when the car is being driven economically.


Headphones Made of Wood
KM 665 headphones are fitted with wooden earpieces featuring an elegant and distinctive Krüger&Matz design. The headphones come in six variations using different kinds of wood: ebony, cherry, black walnut, cocobolo, maple and sapele. The headphones are compatible with most electronic devices.
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