At Tru Vue®, we know what makes the custom framing industry so special. It’s framers like you, and the wonderful moments that you capture for your customers.
As your trusted business partner, we want to help you help more people understand the full beauty and power of custom framing. That’s why we’re excited to announce the debut of our new Resource Library at tru-vue.com, featuring a wide array of assets that you can use for education about the custom framing industry, the promotion of Tru Vue products, and to help your shop stand out – all with the ultimate goal of growing your business.
On the new Resource Library page, you’ll find original video content created by Tru Vue that highlights the wide-ranging benefits and possibilities of custom framing. Also featured in the library are free logos and stock photos to use for Tru Vue branding and to demonstrate our products.
The video assets include brief snippets (entitled “Making Art from Memories”) and longer-form series episodes (entitled “Memory Catchers”), which you can easily share via YouTube links to show customers – both current and prospective – the many wonderful ways that high-quality custom framing can transform their treasured memories into powerful pieces of art. Also featured in the library are visual examples of custom framing projects designed by expert framers, as well as brand logos for all Tru Vue glass and acrylic products, that you can download in various formats to create your own sales materials.
Keep in mind that we’ll be regularly updating the Resource Library with fresh assets, so be sure to bookmark the page and check back often to stay up to date with the latest.
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