We all like to feel appreciated and there’s no better way to turn customers into repeat customers than by saying, “Thank you.” Without “them” there would be no “you.” (It also doesn’t hurt to provide good products and services!) We’ve put together some customer appreciation ideas, including a guide for giving great gifts for valued customers.
You’ve decided that you’re going to get T-shirts for your team, tote bags for your store, or stress balls for your tradeshow. Now the fun part begins, but navigating color interaction can also be daunting. There are a million micro decisions involved in the design with the interaction of color being a vital one. Color sets the tone, which makes design and color interaction important.
In a world where everything, including marketing, is becoming increasingly “digital,” marketing your small business or organization in unique ways that don’t involve social media, blogging, or online display can be refreshing. We love technology, but nothing can fully replace the charm of “analog.” So if you are seeking some tips for marketing your business offline, you’re in luck because we’ve put together a list of 25 offline marketing tips that are sure to inform and inspire.
While the typical go-to option for shirt embellishment is screen printing, embroidery is a form that might be perfect for your design. Since the thread is raised above the shirt to create the design, it has a physicality that brings the design to life. While one could argue that screen printing has the ink applied on top of the shirt, embroidery uses thread to make the design sculptural. The direction of the thread can adds detail. Custom embroidered apparel is not to be overlooked!
Custom T-shirts are a great way to bring in money for your organization. When you boost fundraising with custom T-shirts you gain a host of benefits you might not have considered. You want to quickly raise money and then devote the majority of your time to achieving your organization’s mission, custom T-shirts can help you do both.