San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) November 20, 2012
Minted, the global design community and e-commerce site, today launched Address Assistant, the first free address collection and printing service for holiday card shoppers. The new service saves time for busy shoppers during the holiday rush. Minteds Address Assistant prints recipient addresses on your holiday card envelopes. In addition, the Address Assistant will help collect mailing addresses for any friends who are missing from ones address book.
Free addressing is yet another way that Minted offers a truly premium customer experience, said Mariam Naficy, Minted CEO. Our customers are incredibly busy at this time of year. Address Assistant saves time and hassle. We will ensure that our customers’ envelopes look as perfect as their Minted cards inside.
Address Assistant allows shoppers to easily upload an existing address book. At the customer’s request, the Assistant will also collect updated mailing addresses from select friends and family. Shoppers can choose from more than twenty stylish fonts, which will print directly on Minteds envelopes. Minted ships the printed envelopes and customized Christmas cards to the sender.
For more information about Minted Address Assistant, please visit: http://www.minted.com/envelope-addressing
Minted is a design community and e-commerce site, crowd-sourcing graphic designs and content from a global design community and selling those as premium printed products focused on the $ 10 billion stationery market, the $ 48 billion wall art market, and the $ 7 billion party decor market. Investors include Benchmark Capital, Menlo Ventures, IDG Ventures SF, Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer, and Yelp CEO Jeremy Stoppelman..
All designs featured on Minted are crowd-sourced through design competitions and curated by the community. The company holds ongoing competitions, giving designers and artists the opportunity to submit their work. Those voted to the top are sold on the site. Designers earn cash prizes and commissions on all their sales.
Since its launch in 2008, Minted has radically transformed what consumers expect in Christmas cards, party d