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Star Trek-themed Stationery

Posted by T'Bonz - 28/03/12 at 02:03 pm


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MeebleMail has introduced a new line of email stationery templates based on the original series.

The officially-licensed product includes thirty-two designs, and can be personalized with name, monogram, a favorite quote and more.

“Now Star Trek fans can boldly send email communications like they’ve never been sent before by using MeebleMail. Designs include Starfleet Division Emblems, U.S.S. Enterprise Communications as well as legendary characters and quotes from the franchise. MeebleMail will roll out additional Star Trek email stationery for Star Trek: The Next Generation, Starfleet Academy, the United Federation of Planets and other series of designs over the next several months.

“‘Star Trek is a tremendous franchise known by millions across the globe, and MeebleMail is thrilled to be working with CBS Consumer Products to bring Star Trek to life in email,’ said Sharon Gaffney, Creative Director for MeebleMail. ‘MeebleMail is excited to give fans of the entire Star Trek franchise a new way to experience and be a part of the Final FrontierTM.’ Star Trek is the first entertainment property to be added to MeebleMail’s library of email templates.

“Each design in the Star Trek collection will sell for $4.99 which includes unlimited usage for one year.”

To see the designs, head here.

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  • KJ UU

    Are the people at CBS insane? Look at the old Lincoln Enterprises catalog and you’ll see more creative stuff marketed to fans in the 70′s.

    I appreciate the attempt, kind of. And no knock to the companies you are contracting with. But fans have been a million times more creative with less technology than CBS Consumer Marketing (that’s the problem) is allowing in order to make a buck off of us.

    We aren’t consumers. We are PROMOTERS of your product. Treat us as partners (creatively) and not debit cards. You may be surprised as just how much “stuff” we actually will buy, if there is some smidgen of thought about the actual love we have for this series put into it.

    After all… Picard’s flute sold for $48,000.00 through Christie’s. And you can’t even play it! How about a replica of THAT?