Business Cards

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Purpose

The idea of TRC business cards is

  • TRC would print them and make them available free or cheap
  • TRC members or rallyists could give them to friends/acquaintences
    (I can be boring at parties.)
  • Recipients of the card would have the URL to
    • get more info on TRC, and to
    • check TRC's calendar.
  • The point (hope) is that some recipients would eventually attend a rallye.

Style

It is possible to create a double card that folds to business card size. But most people think a two-sided business card should suffice. It is mostly a pointer to the web site.

Sample 1

Like Puzzles? Try a Gimmick Car Rallye

A car's driver and navigator(s) carefully
follow intentionally tricky instructions.
You will not get lost, just fooled!
Speed and time are not measured; you will
creep down streets reading every street sign.
Your score sheet shows how accurately your
team followed the course and the rules.  

www.TheRallyeClub.org
has a video, our calendar, and lots more.

TRC's public car rallye is usually the
first Saturday of the month,
starting at Larry's AutoWorks,
2526 Leghorn near Mtn. View Costco at 5 PM.
Short beginner briefing at 6 PM.
All gimmicks explained and awards given
by class (prior rallye experience)
at the finish, a local restaurant, at 10 PM.
'Come Try It!'

Sample 2

Here's another version in both landscape orientation:

Like Puzzles? Try a Gimmick Car Rallye!

Drivers and navigators carefully follow intentionally tricky instructions, reading every sign as they creep down streets. It isn't a race, and you will not get lost. But can you avoid being tricked into following the wrong route?

www.TheRallyeClub.org

TRC's gimmick rallye is usually the first Saturday of the month, starting at Larry's AutoWorks (2526 Leghorn near Mtn. View Costco) at 5 PM. Short beginner briefing at 6 PM. All gimmicks explained at the finish, a local restaurant, at 10 PM.

and portrait orientation:

Like Puzzles? Try a Gimmick Car Rallye!

Drivers and navigators carefully follow intentionally tricky instructions, reading every sign as they creep down streets. It isn't a race, and you will not get lost. But can you avoid being tricked into following the wrong route?

www.TheRallyeClub.org

TRC's gimmick rallye is usually the first Saturday of the month, starting at Larry's AutoWorks (2526 Leghorn near Mtn. View Costco) at 5 PM. Short beginner briefing at 6 PM. All gimmicks explained at the finish, a local restaurant, at 10 PM.

Graphical Samples

Landscape version of Sample TRC Card Portrait version of Sample TRC Card

(These have slightly older text that doesn't mention Costco.)

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