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Proofreading can save face … and money

Here is yet another embarrassing example of proofreading – or lack thereof. The Colorado Rockies recently ordered 15,000 t-shirts designed to look like the jersey of star player Troy Tulowitzki to hand out at this past weekend’s game. The problem? The shirts misspelled the player’s name as “Tulowizki,” without the second “t.” What’s worse is, […]

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The Power of Proofreading

No doubt, the idea of reading a contract before signing it was something you learned very early in life. After all, if you don’t read it, there’s no way to protect yourself from what may be untenable terms and/or conditions. The same is true of proofs for printing and promotional products. Missouri State University should […]

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