It looks like you`re getting a lot of good advice. I should be clear up front and tell you (and everyone else) that I work for www.PrintingForLess.com , a long time sponsor of StartupNation, and honestly want to provide some relevant advice regardless of where you print your brochure or get it designed. This post may sound like a plug, but I`d rather be clear about who I am and where I know you can find some advice instead of being secretive.
We were the fist printer to figure out how to print commercially from MS Publisher and have printed thousands of Publisher brochures since 1999. I can tell you that it can be done yourself and still look professional. If you do need a designer, I`ve worked recently with Concept Design Studios www.conceptdesignstudios.com and had good results. This is a brand new 1 person company looking for business, so you may be able to get a good rate.
Also, if you look at the brochure page on our website, you`ll find some good design tips. http://www.printingforless.com/brochures.html The "How to Write a Super Brochure" link may be helpful.
Finally, StockLayouts is a company that has professional designers put together editable templates that can be printed at home, or professionally. A link to their site is on the brochure page too.
I know that this may sound like a total marketing pitch, but I hope that you find some of these resources helpful in promoting your business. Best of Luck!
I help businesses with advertisements. I do not have any brochures but I do have high quailty business cards and postcards. Please take a look at my site and feel free to leave a comment in the new business forum. I don`t give discounts but I do give away free advertising on my site for an entire year with a donation to my site.