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EmbroidMe's cost-effective strategies to help build your biz during recession

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Jun '09
EmbroidMe Inc, the world's largest embroidery and screen printing franchise, is offering cost-effective options to small businesses, helping them continue to effectively promote and build their business during the current economic downturn. EmbroidMe has over 800,000 cost-effective promotional products perfect for helping businesses build their brand and make a lasting impression.

Whether used as give-a-ways or marketing items, EmbroidMe's promotional products not only promote your company, but increase brand awareness, drive traffic to a tradeshow booth, increase sales and more. From pens, to coffee mugs, to mouse pads, it's never been more convenient or cost-effective to get your company's name out there.

The EmbroidMe team of experts will work with you to determine the best promotional product solution to promote your company's image. And, because EmbroidMe is the largest franchise retailer of promotional products, they have something for everyone at any budget. In addition to a variety of promotional products, EmbroidMe also offers embroidered corporate apparel and personalized gifts to further build visibility and brand awareness for your company.

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