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 m4c said on August 17th, 2009

Manual: In state of emergency: take out, call, eat and wait for rescue!:) Great idea!

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 Victoria Design said on August 18th, 2009

Another innovative idea with a method behind the madness. A consumable business card could be adapted in many different ways, but BC Adventure had a practical and basic safety requirement for theirs to be edible.

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 Drew said on August 18th, 2009

Hmmmm seems like there is a little competition in the meat card industry.

http://www.meatcards.com/

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 shutdahellup said on August 18th, 2009

easy to come up with an idea when it’s already been done for you.

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 Promotional Products said on August 24th, 2009

What a creative business card, definitely one of a kind. I hope they made sure to let people know that the card is edible and I hope they include a traditional card in order for the consumer to remember the business. I could also see them making a business card that doubles as a flint or some other sort of outdoor necessity.

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 Vancouver_biz said on September 18th, 2009

Time again, ReThink shouldn’t be praised for stealing other’s ideas. This firm has way too many ego’s for such a highly unimaginative creative group. Zing

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