Last week, ABC News released a story about Radford University’s recent spelling snafu: This year’s diplomas were marked by a misspelling of the word “Virginia” (it's about as funny as it sounds). You can read the full story here.
In Radford’s case, over a thousand diplomas had been sent out with a mistake on them. To graduates, no less. This story further reaffirmed what I already knew to be true: proofreading is so so important. It's a terrible thing when a momentous occasion is marked by even a small mistake.
From the beginning at PaperStyle, we’ve made it our top priority to ensure that your order is error-free, so that you can make the best possible impression. It’s understood that if you’re buying paper products to mark an event, it’s probably a significant one. For us, proofreading isn’t an option. Every order that comes in is reviewed by a professional TypeStylist to check for spacing, alignment, grammatical correctness, punctuation, and discrepancies.
Of course, things might slip by us now and then, which is why we wrote this handy dandy article. But it’s definitely important to us to make sure that your invitations/announcements/stationery are flawless and exactly the way you want them.
We take this job of ours very seriously, which is why we offer our 100% happiness guarantee. If you're order arrives in your mailbox and an error has indeed slipped by us, please contact our customer service department, where one of our wonderful PaperStylists will make sure your order is reprinted immediately. We know how important it is to have a second set of eyes checking your order, so we: "Proofread carefully to see if you any words out." - Author Unknown
We wouldn't want to pull a Radford or anything...