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Sendo has been making the news ever since we opened our doors in 1999. We have been featured in: The Los Angeles Times, Lucky, Real Simple, Better Homes & Gardens, Parents and many more! The following is just a sample of our most recent media coverage.

 

Southern California Meetings & Events, Eco-Inviting: "Sendomatic offer edgy art, music and font customizations. Recipients can send a text reminder to their cell phone, guests can sync events to iCal or Google calendars, and hosts can event add YouTube video to the invite."

 

bNet, Sendomatic.com Releases Free Web-based Event Planning Service For Businesses And Consumers: "Sendomatic.com (www.sendomatic.com), the high-end online event planning service, today launched the much-anticipated third version of its offering...."

 

Good Housekeeping, Best Party Lines on the Web: "Sendomatic.com Best for special effects, such as posting a photo of your new baby along with the invitation to her christening..."

 

Seattle Times, Throw a green party and thow less away: "For snazzy invites without ads, try a service such as Sendomatic (www.sendomatic.com) ..."

 

St Louis Post, You can throw a party and still be environmentally friendly: "Online invitation like Sendomatic (www.sendomatic.com) save paper..."

 

The Baltimore Sun, "There are people that do their wedding invitations online," [Jennifer Sitko] said. "We have a section dedicated to weddings and wedding events - everything from wedding announcements to bridal showers to bachelor and bachelorette parties to engagement announcements."

 

Wired, Evite's Success Invites Rivals: "People really want to make sure that their event is looking and feeling and creating the impact they want, he said. Posting up vodka advertisements within the event takes away from that."

 

Chicago Tribune, Couples saying 'I do' to e-vites: "The thing to keep in mind about the invitation is that the invitation is the signal to the guest as to what type of event they are being invited to," said Jodi R.R. Smith, president of Mannersmith Etiquette Consulting"

 

Redbook, 20 ways to spice up your next date night: from a cocktail party for two to the electric kiss, tantalizing tips for making the most of your together time: "I get my husband all pumped up for our date early in the week by sending him an electronic invite via sendomatic.com."