When was the last time you received a laser-etched golf putter as a promotional gift? How about a custom-designed duffle bag or computer tote? The same personalization that makes your corporate apparel unique can be used to create promotional products and gifts that are one-of-a-kind.
The options range from practical, like key chains and calendars, to sporty, like golf balls and bags. If something sophisticated would be more appropriate, EmbroidMe boasts an extensive selection of executive pens and desk accessories. All of these items can be customized with your message or logo.
In addition to its virtually endless selection of products, EmbroidMe offers services such as its convenient "online company store." This service allows your employees or group members to log in and order products that you have pre approved and customized with your logo, eliminating the need for you to coordinate individual purchases.
With a knowledgeable staff and reliable production capabilities, EmbroidMe is equipped to help you with marketing solutions for your trade show, awareness program or promotional event.
"When consumers think of EmbroidMe, they think of high-quality personalized apparel, but our promotional partners depend on us for much more," said Christine Marion, MAS, director of retail operations for EmbroidMe. "We have a full range of products and services guaranteed to satisfy each customer's needs."
With hundreds of Resource Centers around the world, EmbroidMe is the most comprehensive source for promotional apparel, premiums, and advertising specialties, providing its promotional partners with full-service custom embroidery and screen printing for apparel.
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