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DigiCOPY steps up during pandemic, offers free ‘COVID cards’

By Patrick Lynn

DigiCOPY wants to help spread a little love during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The company is offering free cards and envelopes as part of a new Be the Light program, which brings a little encouragement to those directly affected by the coronavirus.

DigiCOPY printed the cards and envelopes for Compassion in Action, a faith-based nonprofit located in Marshfield, last December for the organization’s care packages, which were sent to COVID-19 patients, frontline works, and young people who were struggling with the impacts of the virus.

DigiCOPY founder Craig Shuler decided to offer the cards from his locations in Stevens Point and Wausau. Three different cards feature Tara Cole Designs and were designed for different groups of people—those who are COVID-positive; a thank-you card for frontline workers; and a “Thinking of you” card for children and teens.

“We are pleased to provide the cards to our customers and community and help ‘Be the Light’ for COVID positive patients, front-line workers, and children and teens struggling with the pandemic,” Shuler said.

The cards are available through March 31 in the front lobby of DigiCOPY locations at 428 Division St., Stevens Point, and 1800 W. Stewart Ave. in Wausau. Stores are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Anyone in need of a large number of cards should contact Brant Bergeron, [email protected], or 715-347-2736.