Jay Baer has a killer business card

5 Nov

When Jay pulls out his business card, it’s downright ceremonial. He fetches it from his inside jacket pocket and slides the card, a hefty, stainless steel bottle opener, out of a protective plastic sheath.

It is then presented in the manner of a cat presenting a dead bird.

You could kill somebody with this card. It is a lethal weapon, wielded with deadly assuredness.

There was considerable buzz at the Tweeup on Wednesday around who scored a card.

There were skirmishes to snag one. That adds up to Best Business Card. Ever.

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6 Responses to “Jay Baer has a killer business card”

  1. Jay Baer November 5, 2010 at 11:57 am #

    It’s really more of an evil scheme. You see, the more you drink, the more you’ll like my blog. A win/win.

  2. dougbrowncreative November 6, 2010 at 11:18 am #

    Opens beer, helps with your blog, repels attackers. Win/win/win.

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