Free Business Cards

You may order your first free set of AOA-imprinted business cards today.

Make a professional impression as a student or young doctor of optometry!

Whether you’re searching for your first practice opportunity or marketing yourself to the community where you’ll be practicing, there’s one thing you need aside from your new diploma – business cards. Business cards are an essential tool for networking and generating referrals – especially as a student or new doctor of optometry.

The AOA is excited to help get your optometric career off to a successful start by offering two free sets of 250 personalized business cards to their members, each imprinted with the “Member of the AOA” logo. All current AOSA/AOA student members enrolled in an accredited school or college of optometry in the U.S., Puerto Rico and Canada are eligible.

Build your network with business cards recognizing your AOA membership.

You may order your first free set of AOA-imprinted business cards today. Be sure to have your AOSA/AOA username and password handy. Later, when you have secured a position or place of employment, order your cards to include your practice address and contact information. Your personalized cards will be shipped directly to you at the address indicated on your order form.

If you have any questions, call 800.355.2219, ext. 4167 or e-mail memberservices@aoa.org.

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