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I personally would not do that ... using a little humor here ... but identify theft comes to mine. You can be a team ... but you are more ... an individual ... right? I hope so.
West Lafayette, IN
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Tony and Suzanne Marri...
my opinion is for each to have his/her own card with the team name.... two people should NOT be doing the same business.... each person should be doing his/her own business....that's how strength is gained....
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Hi Tony & Suzanne - Mary and I use separate cards, but both have our logo on the back.
My parents did for a while a couple decades back, but eventually stopped.
Mike and I have used one card for over 25 years...never heard a complaint.
We do, although my cell phone isn't on it, which is probably something we should address. Back when we had them made I was more the background guy and not the one running point. Bill
I prefer cards for the individuals.
My wife and I are not a team, but work together and meet clients. Some would rather work with a woman and another may want to work with a man, so we both present them with our own cards. It works out just fine.
No we do not, since the resulting card would be confusing with too much information.
Are you talking Tony's information on one side of the card and Suzanne's information on the other side of the card ? 😊
Teams in my office have used joint cards but now they have gotten away from it and have their individual cards. I guess that works better for them.
We share everything. I say two thumbs up. :)
Having a joint bus card sounds like a good idea to me.
Hi as soon as we move into the new office my husband and I will have one. Now that we are married but prior to that I was not interested LOL
We're a Team and want everyone to know it!
On a slightly different note, I have a friend who owns two restaurants. He uses a two-sided business card. One restaurant is on each side. The only constant is his cell number.
When I had a full time partner in the past, we had both individual cards as well as joint cards and used them as appropriate for the situation.
I have seen some teams that do a joint business card.
I see a lot of team business cards. If you work as a team, why not to market yourself as a team?
Absolutely, go for it and when they can't get one of you, they can try the other one, as long as you both have different cell numbers, without looking for an additional card!
Perhaps both individual cards and a team card? What does Suzanne think?
Tony and Suzanne,
We have used the same card, and one of our latest clients also requested one for the husband and wife team. A
Actually sounds great! As long as you have both license numbers and cell phone numbers for each.
We do not - yet - as we still have separate business cards. Our thought is to make one card, since we have had an updated picture taken this year that would work well Tony and Suzanne Marriott, Associate Brokers. I think it would be an excellent business card for both of you - Good Luck!!
I have a 2 person team and while we have separate cards, I don't see any reason at all while a joint card wouldn't work.
That should work well..
My husband and I had a "joint" business card for a while. It was jammed up with our contact information. Now we have individual cards. I think I prefer it that way.
I really enjoyed Bruce's humor with Colorado's new laws with marijuana!