Roundtable Lunch Invitation

Contest Holder: csworden01

05/28/16

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$595

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Project description

I know this is in the "Flyer Design," but if the project could actually be in the form of an Invitation/Postcard then that would be perfect.


I'd like to have a professional invitation made. It would be an invitation to a roundtable lunch with a Senior Financial Advisor (just put "Mr. Smith" for the name in the proposal). The advisor works at Merrill Lynch Wealth Management - make sure that's apparent. Make the date of the event June 15 at 12:30pm for now, and don't worry about the location yet.

I think the invitation should be two-sided and postcard-like. All I'd like for the back of the invitation is for a "FAQ" section to be designed. The questions should be in slightly bigger font than the answers and look very neat and visually appealing. I don't have the specific questions and answers ready for you, so for now just put in 4 questions (Question 1, Question 2, Question 3, Question 4) and a bunch of gibberish for the answers so I can see the font you chose. Whatever is actually written isn't important (it can just be "klajsd;fhsagkjas;lk" to fill up space).

I've attached a sample picture from Google - just pretend that's the advisor. I'd like the picture to be somewhere on the front of the invitation. Whether it's big or small, in the center or tucked someplace else, or whatever is up to you. I'd also like to see something like the following written on the front of the invitation:

"No script. No presentation. Just a chance to speak with Mr. Smith about the financial topics that matter to you most."

And also the following RSVP deadline with the asterisk in smaller print somewhere on the card:


"Please RSVP by June 8*

*Attendance for Mr. Smith's roundtable lunches are typically capped at 6 people to ensure everyone is able to take away as much as possible by having all of their questions answered. Those who RSVP after capacity is reached will have seats reserved for the next roundtable lunch."


Aside from the details I just gave to you, everything else is up to you. You can add whatever else you'd like to the invitation and general appearance/design of the invitation is completely up to you. As you can see, I have no stylistic preferences, so stick with what you're most comfortable with and most satisfied with personally. I'd like to get a wide variety of options and styles to choose from.

Let me know if you have any questions!

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