GDOP 2014 Poster
Download the Poster 11 x 14 inches (26 MB)
A poster has been prepared by the international coordinators of Global Day of Prayer. The size is 11 x 14 inches. Print it at a local printer or quick print shop. If you choose 11 x 17 inch paper, you will need to trim off the extra.
Printed posters are not available for sale from WayMakers.
How to print the poster
The poster is a color poster, 11×14 inches.
First, download the poster above.
Then, using the file, you can print the GDOP poster at your local FedEx/Kinkos Office, or another professional printer.
Bring the file to them on a CD or flash drive. Or you can e-mail it ahead and pick it up when it is ready.
Tell your printer it is 11 x 14 inches, and it can be printed on 11 x 17 inch paper.
They will ask you how many copies you want to print and what type of paper you prefer. If you make color, matte copies on 32 lb laser paper, the prints will cost about $2 each. They usually offer bulk rates when you print 100 or more.
Visit http://www.fedex.com/us/office/ where you can search by zip code to find the nearest location and their phone number.
Questions? Call your local FedEx Office, or call WayMakers (the office serving GDOP in the USA) at 512-419-7729.
Adding your event info to the poster
There is a white bar across the bottom of the poster. This space is for the details of your event (date, time, location, map). There are three ways to add your information:
- Before you print: You will need a graphic artist with software that allows them to add your event information to this poster. They should add the text on the white bar to show your information.
- After you print: Line up your text on a copy machine and print directly onto the poster.
- Or after you print: Use a marker to hand-write your information.
GDOP 2014 Flyer
Download the Flyer 8-1/2 x 11 inches (26 MB)
The flyer is designed to be printed on standard 8-1/2 x 11 inch paper. Event information can be added in the same ways as those listed above for “Adding your event info to the poster.”
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