To Have and To Hold

It may appear as a bit of cross promotion, but fear not. Over at The Show, we sold out of our Dead Can Dance European Tour Box Sets in record time, almost as soon as it was announced (the band’s fans are nothing if not incredibly dedicated). But we thought you might like to see how we’re using Jewelboxing in connection with our own products.

For this particular box set, we had to come up with a solution wherein we could collect twelve shows, with two discs per night, into one attractive package. We’d been using Jewelboxing for the individual shows from the start and we wanted to keep to that, but the trick was connecting this large batch together in an approachable way. We looked at various ways to keep them together, but in the end, opted for a band of high quality, heavy stock printed paper that would wrap around the eight discs, leaving them exposed on the top and bottom for easy access, but plenty secure enough to have the cases not slip around all over the place and get scratched up. In the end, we were plenty pleased with the results. It’s a simple, cost-effective solution that maybe you can use if you run into some project that will require multiple discs, extra copies, etc.

 

We’re planning to send multiple copies of us doing numerous karaoke versions of “You Light Up My Life” to the people in Waterloo, New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, New Albany, Ventura, Fort Worth, Ottawa, Polk City, Provo, Portland, Norfolk, Lakeside, Canyon Country, Seattle, Goshen, Whitby, Sicklerville, Winston Salem, Eden Prairie, and Shoreview.

November 9, 2017 | Category: Blog | Tag: