Tag: calendar

Retailers

Updated Fall 2018
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Arizona
ViewFinder Low Vision Resource Center
1830 S Alma School Rd Suite 131
Mesa AZ 85240
480-924-8755

ViewFinder Low Vision Resource Center
10001 W. Bell Road, Ste. 115
Sun City AZ 85351
623-583-2800

The Adaptations Store
California Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired
1155 Market Street
10th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94103
(415) 694 7301

Braille Institute of America, Inc.
741 North Vermont Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90029
(323) 906-3124

Vista Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired
2500 El Camino Real Suite 100
Palo Alto, CA 94306
(650) 858-0202

Florida
Miami Lighthouse for the Blind
601 SW 8th Ave
Miami FL, 33130
(305) 856-2288

Illinois
Chicago Lighthouse
1850 W Roosevelt Rd
Chicago, IL 60608
(312) 666-1331

Maryland
Independence Marketplace
National Federation of the Blind
200 East Wells Street
Baltimore, MD 21230
(410) 659-9314

Minnesota
Ashley’s Hallmark Gifts Store
3250 41st St NW
Rochester, MN 55901
(507) 252-5000

Peoples Food Coop of Rochester
519 1St Ave SW
Rochester MN 55902
(507) 289-9061

Missouri
Gateway for the Blind
310 Jefferson St.
Jefferson City, MO 65109
(314) 287-3333

Society of the Blind and Visually Impaired
8770 Manchester Road
Brentwood, MO 63144
(314) 968-9000

Washington
Sight Connection
929 N 130th St Suite 3
Seattle, WA 98133
(800) 458-4888

Wisconsin
Vision Forward
912 N Hawley Road
Milwaukee, WI 53213
(414) 615-0100

Wisconsin Council of the Blind & Visually Impaired
754 Williamson St.
Madison, WI 53703
(800) 783-5213 or 608-255-1166

When I get an order through the mail

One of the major things that motivated me to turn this calendar idea from something just for me into what it is now, was  the feeling I got hearing the comments from those first enthusiastic buyers.  I’d think to myself, “Wow, I’m really helping someone”.   Could this be what a teacher, medical professional or the like experiences as they go about their work?  How few of us ever get to experience such a feeling.   

As each handwritten first time or repeat mail order form arrives, it reminds me of that original feeling.  Sometimes people give me feedback via the website or in a note stuck in the envelope.  How rewarding it is to hear that this simple product is making a difference in people’s daily life.  

While orders to resellers and over the Internet to individuals are a vote of confidence, these mail-order customers are somehow special to me.  I hope I never lose this feeling.

The Reluctant Blogger

Image of Edward, owner of EZ2SeeWhy would I want to write for a blog? Who would even read it?

My web person tells me that having a blog raises my webpage ranking.  When that happens, possibly more people will discover my calendar.  So yes, I do want more people to learn of this calendar.  Yet, doing a blog would mean I have to get comfortable inviting strangers into my “world”.  It begs the question, why would anyone be interested in what I’m doing to make and market these calendars, let alone anything else going on in my life.  

Then there is the very real fact that I barely can get done each day what needs to be done.  Now I’m supposed to write about it as well?  If I do this, I should sign it, “The Reluctant Blogger” So how do people who Blog find the time?  I suppose it comes down to the old adage, you make time for what you want to get done.  I will think seriously about this, especially if the posts can be short.

 

Finally! A Calendar You Can See ®

Image of Edward with an EZ2See Calendar

As someone dealing with declining eyesight, I bought weekly calendars claiming to be large-print.  Yet I still had to write over the numbers with a bold marker to make them easier to see.  Also, their writing space wasn’t large enough for me to write big.  That frustration gave birth to this calendar.

50% Savings on all orders while supplies last! Now only $10.95!

 The unique features of this calendar are designed specifically for anyone who needs large, high-contrast print and/or an extra-large amount of writing space. See its pages below.

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Front cover of the 2019 EZ2See calendar
Rear cover of the EZ2See Calendar
July / August View
This the July pages for the EZ2See calendar
"If Lost" page of the EZ2See calendar
Lined pages of the EZ2See Calendar

Calendar Features 

  • 8.5″ x 11” pages on heavy-weight paper
  • Laminated covers for moisture-resistance and durability
  • High contrast black fonts 10X larger than newsprint
  • Huge daily “cells” each nearly equal to two 3”x5” cards
  • Black page edges – no more writing off the paper
  • Six wide bold-lined pages at the end for your notes
  • Black spiral bound so you can fold it in half and lay it flat
  • Runs from December,  2018, to mid-January, 2020
  • About as thick as a standard wooden pencil

I do love this calendar and find it so easy to use and see. You have thought of everything by making the cover water resistant, making a place for my ID if it’s lost, and monthly calendar for those wanting to see the entire month. Plus so much space to write daily stuff. My Rehab teacher is trying to get me to use the calendar on my phone, but I’m not too thrilled about it. Guess I am a bit old fashioned about some of this technology. Ha!
Keep making it!

June Tesdall
Read additional testimonials here.

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