Fans of Star Wars who like to have their own business cards, even if they don’t have a business Star Wars social networking cards are here. Sure if you hand these out 99% of those who get them will think you are a monster dork, but hey that 1% will think you are way cool.
There are 73 different images you can choose for the front of the card where your name will be placed on the strip running down the lower section of the premium card; the standard card doesn’t have a name on front. Flip it over and you can choose information about yourself to go on the back.
You can choose to list 6, 9, or 12 categories with things like your address, emails, IM screen names, likes, hobbies, phone numbers. Basically, the card contains way more information that you should probably be disclosing to strangers on a card. Pricing for the cards is $29.99 for 100 standard cards including shipping. Premium cards are $59.99 for 500 or $74.99 per 1000. Via GetSolo
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