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  • The Twelve Days of Custom Promotions: Part One

    Why are there so many birds? This started out as a spinoff of another post, and snowballed into something too big for my brain to comprehend. I've done geometry for the first time since the SATs. I've crunched numbers, multiplying and dividing. I've hunted through the website and called in favors from others. And what do you get out of it? ...
    Posted to Your Logo Here (Weblog) on November 11, 2010
  • Three Tiers for 2011 Promotional Weekly Planners

    They're plan-tastic. I'm a compulsive list maker. While pondering why I haven't been getting those little nagging things done at home (mail the driver's license form, call the company that billed me wrong, throw out the moving boxes, etc.) it hit me that it's only because I hadn't made a list of things I needed to get done outside of work in the ...
    Posted to Your Logo Here (Weblog) on August 12, 2010
  • Promotional Imprinted Coolers: Three Times the Fun

    A blog post in three acts. Act I The scene: It's a summer soiree, a box social of sorts, kind of a big deal. You and 96+ of your favorite clients are getting together and you want a giveaway that packs a punch but would be appropriate for future soirees, box socials, nice-sized social gatherings, etc. As it plays out: The clients have places ...
    Posted to Your Logo Here (Weblog) on June 17, 2010
  • Three Tiers for Heart Keychains

    We have custom wholesale heart health keychains in a variety of prices and styles. I like the idea of keychains for awareness promotions. Think about it. Keys are one thing most people always have on them, so the awareness keychains get a lot of eyeballs on them. They're small and won't clutter up your clients' or employees' homes, and they're ...
    Posted to Your Logo Here (Weblog) on January 6, 2010
  • Need a Few Things?

    We have wholesale low minimums, too. My grandfather was a collector of junk. If yard sales were to be found, he'd sniff them out, bringing home broken radios to tinker with, rusted tools and anything else he could find. This drove my grandmother, a super organized woman, batty. She'd chastise him on his collections of stuff and banish his finds ...
    Posted to Your Logo Here (Weblog) on September 11, 2009