Ready to Get in the Mix?

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Chances are if you’re serving refreshments at your game, someone brought the bridge mix.

This month’s Resource Center template release uses this beloved treat to put a fun twist on your next marketing campaign.


The Get in the Mix template design is available on the Resource Center in a variety of sizes, allowing you to create custom posters, fliers and print advertisements. Whether you are a club manager, teacher or tournament chair, this template can be customized to meet your marketing needs.

Below is some inspiration for how you might use the Get in the Mix template. Have a different idea? Share your plans and what worked for you as a product review for this template on the Resource Center.

Clubs’ Templates

Customize the 4.25×11 size to create a flier advertising your newcomer games. Ask club players to pass them along to their friends
who play more casually. Sweeten the deal
by offering a “Buy One-Get One” for game
fees when a member brings a new player to the club.

Teachers’ Templates

This fun, eye catching template is exactly what you’ve been looking for to advertise your beginner classes. Here’s a tip: Find the smaller neighborhood papers near you and advertise with them. Costs are typically lower, and you can better target your audience.

Tournaments’ Templates

Get in the Mix in the perfect flier to attract out-of-town players to your upcoming Regional or Sectional. Include travel and Partnership Desk information along with game times and any education opportunities. Post a completed version to your website and include a link to it in your next tournament email blast. You can also pass out the fliers during tournaments.

Don’t forget…

The ACBL will help you pay for advertising that targets newcomers. Through the Cooperative Advertising Program (CAP) we’ll reimburse you 75% of your total expenses up to $750 for each date-specific ad campaign aimed at this group.

There are a few requirements. Read more about CAP to make sure your ad qualifies for reimbursement.

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