QR codes to be printed on LA County inspection cards

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The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health is using quick response codes for easier info access. The Los Angeles County Department of Public health has now implemented a new strategy including QR codes in order to make it easier for restaurant customers to be able to check the inspection history of a location before they head inside and order a meal. The quick response codes have been added to the latest form of the grading cards to offer expanded information. The grade card will now provide a restaurant with…

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QR codes bring personalized videos to holiday flower arrangements

Ode à la ROSE qr code video florist commercial

A New York, NY based florist is allowing customers to send a more personal touch to recipients. Ode à la ROSE, a florist based in New York City, has launched a marketing campaign including a mobile video, in order to help to spread the word about the QR codes that it is using to give consumers the ability to send more than just flowers. This provides people with the ability to record holiday wishes when they send their Christmas arrangements. The service allows consumers to be able to shop for…

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Thankster offers high tech dynamic greetings for thank you cards through QR codes

QR Code Greeting Cards

Thankster has announced that it is now offering “thank you” and other greetings through its online store, which uses QR codes. This allows the company’s customers to offer their thanks for holiday gifts and experiences this year by sending dynamic multimedia experiences that are accessible through QR codes, enhancing what the recipient will receive from a traditional thank you note cared. These barcodes are printed on a conventional card and provides a simple way to share videos, photos, and other online features. According to the CEO of Thankster, Paul Geller,…

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Hallmark to launch holiday collection of cards featuring QR codes

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Hallmark, the ever popular greeting card company, is preparing for the holiday season by launching a new line of Halloween cards for kids. The cards will feature lovable characters from some popular movies and TV shows, such as Scooby Doo and Disney’s Cars. The cards will also include a feature that may not be recognizable to most children: A QR code. Hallmark has taken note of the usefulness of the 2d barcodes and has adopted them in order to connect with consumers. The codes will be stamped on the back…

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