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Go green with EmbroidMe's eco-friendly apparel products

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Jun '09
EmbroidMe Inc, the world's largest embroidery and screen printing franchise, is helping businesses create environmentally conscious workplaces by offering over 8,000 "green" promotional and apparel products. EmbroidMe recognizes that green products make a difference and strives to help businesses increase awareness with eco-friendly promotions.

Whether choosing embroidered apparel, client gifts, incentive awards or employee prizes, EmbroidMe can assist with creating an environmentally friendly culture. EmbroidMe has over 8,000 cost-effective environmentally friendly promotional products, including: apparel made from Engeo corn or bamboo, rulers made from recycled plastic, organic Totes made from recycled bottles, pens made from corn derivatives and pencils made from 50% recycled paper.

"We are constantly creating ways to help businesses grow and build their brand, while making a lasting impression. With thousands of options to choose from at EmbroidMe, it has never been more convenient, cost-effective and environmentally conscious to get your company's name out there," states Christine Marion, E-Marketing Specialist for EmbroidMe.

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