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    [fa icon="clock-o"] 8/19/15 4:34 AM [fa icon="user"] Michelle Feldman [fa icon="folder-open'] Client Chats, Product Labels, Die-Cut Labels

    Client Chats Series — We had a recent opportunity to speak with Pam Denesuk, founder and owner of Great One Cookie Company.

    Tell us about your business.

    I was a tax attorney for 20 years. Once my kids were grown, I decided to pursue my dream. I was involved in other businesses, and my efforts there earned me good PR and press coverage. That, plus hard work, word of mouth and some lucky breaks gave this business a high profile early on. So it was possible for corporate business to Google “cookies” and find us. Now we deliver cookies locally and ship nationally.

    How did you find SixB?

    My husband Mark works for an ad agency, Commerce House, which has been a customer of SixB Labels since 2009. Based on the projects SixB prints for their clients, he was already familiar with the quality of your work as a custom label provider and recommended you to me.

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    Quick Notes

    SixB Product: Product Labels

    Applying To: White Cardboard To-Go Food Box

    Materials & More:

    • Semi Gloss Paper
    • Two Spot Colors Printing
    • UV Varnish

    How did the label development go?

    Commerce House used their internal resources to design my product label. We were able to present your company with an electronic file of ready-to-print artwork. We have a circular, brown and golden-yellow logo label, and SixB prints two sizes for our product lines.

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    Michelle Feldman

    Written by Michelle Feldman

    Marketing Associate at SixB Labels

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