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EmbroidMe makes custom-embroidered apparel fast & affordable
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Feb '10
The origins of embroidery may be lost in time, but many examples still survive from ancient Egypt, Europe and Zhou Dynasty China. Elaborately embroidered clothing and household items have stood the test of time as a mark of wealth, status, and belonging in many cultures. In the modern age, embroidery is still often seen as an art; however, technology has revolutionized the time-consuming and painstaking work of yesteryear, making it fast and affordable for multiple purposes.

EmbroidMe is one of the leading embroidery companies in the world and uses machine embroidery to add logos and monograms to business shirts or jackets, gifts and team apparel as well as to decorate household linens and decorator fabrics that are reminiscent of the elaborate hand embroidery of the past. EmbroidMe's computer-driven equipment is capable of embroidering at the expeditious rate of 1000 stitches per minute. The use of custom embroidery on apparel has proven to be a cost-effective visual marketing strategy for many companies, and EmbroidMe provides expertise and an astounding collection of wearable such as polo shirts, caps, jackets, safety apparel, spirit wear and team & school uniforms.

"EmbroidMe has a marketing solution for every business," said Christine Marion, MAS at EmbroidMe. "Embroidered apparel reinforces your company's brand and tells your customers and employees that you care about quality."

EmbroidMe offers quick, easy and efficient ways to order products for your business. Each retail location provides you the ability to order products online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week from its local website.

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