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Thank you, Nashville, for such a warm reception!  In return, we are thanking you by helping you save money on your Spanish translations.

 

You know what you've paid for translations in the past.  How would you like to reach out to more customers without increasing your translations budget?  We're so confident that we can save you money,  P & L Translations will beat the price for Spanish translations from any other translations company in Nashville!

 

That's right, we'll beat the price if you get a lower quote from another company here in Nashville*.  This offer is good for non-technical documents that don't require extensive formatting.  Our pricing includes translation and proofreading by a second professional translator to ensure accuracy.  You have everything to gain and nothing to lose.

 

When we started, our goal wasn't to offer the lowest prices in town, but we soon discovered that we could.  We'd rather be your "go-to" translations partner, not just a one-time vendor.

 

What are you waiting for?  Give us a call today at 615.460.9119 and ask for Amanda.  If you're feeling shy, email us at info@pandltranslations.com with your questions.

 

Happy Thanksgiving and gracias, Nashville!

 

 

 

 

http://www.pandltranslations.com

*This offer doesn't apply to quotes from freelancers or translations companies not located in Nashville, TN.  You must provide a written or electronic copy of the competitive quote before we begin work on your project(s).  This offer expires March 1, 2009.


 
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Drew McLellan shows why proofreading is always important:

 

www.drewsmarketingminute.com/2008/11/you-shouldnt-te.html

 

 

Note: Our work is always proofread by a second translator so that this type of mistake doesn't happen.

 

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Two drugstore chains have reached an agreement with the New York Attorney General's Office to translate prescription drug instructions into six languages.  The pharmacies will provide information in languages spoken by more than 1% of New York state residents: Chinese, French, Italian,Polish, Russian and Spanish. 

 

Do other states have similar requirements in effect?  Should translating prescription and OTC drug instructions be a federal requirement?

 

http://tinyurl.com/56stv8

 

 

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Nashville, TN - P & L Translations is now certified as a Women Business Enterprise (WBE) in the state of Tennessee by the Governor's Office of Diversity Business Enterprise.  The Office works to ensure that minority, women-owned and small businesses have equal opportunities to participate in the state's procurement process and contract awards.

 

P & L Translations is listed on the Office of Diversity's website (www.tennessee.gov/businessopp/regdivcomp.html). Of the 1200+ certified companies, there are only six Tennessee-based translations companies.  The list of Certified Diversity Companies is accessible to government agencies and private firms who want to do business with diversity companies.

 

"We're excited to be included in the select group of Women Business Enterprises recognized by the Governor's Office," said Janine Libbey, a partner at P & L Translations, "and we look forward to partnering with other certified diversity companies".

 

P & L Translations, located in Nashville, Tennessee, helps government agencies, businesses and non-profits improve communications with foreign clients and non-English speaking customers.  Call 615.460.9119 for more information on how translations can be part of your organization's growth strategy.

 

http://www.pandltranslations.com


 
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13. Translation pricing is per word.  That's the industry standard and that's why tips #8 and #12 are included in this list.

 

Bonus tip:

 

Ask questions. We're here to make your job easier.  If you are unsure of something or if you have any questions about some of the material to be translated, we can help.  Just ask.

 

http://www.pandltranslations.com

 


 
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