Make Fundraising Fun with a Customization Contest

09/06/2012 - 3:54pm

For their 8th annual ZooWalk for Autism in East Valley Arizona, the fundraisers came up with a great idea to garner support. They held a contest asking participants to design the promotional t-shirt for their October 6 walk.

BLT Shirt Printers thinks this is a great idea for charity groups struggling to come up with fun graphic designs year after year. By holding an open designing contest, you drum up early support for your cause, get a wide range of ideas and cultivate excitement in the community. Also, instead of staring morosely at a blank piece of paper, you’ll get the chance to peruse the diverse work of others.

Make Custom Uniforms Your Company’s Best Ad

08/02/2012 - 2:59pm

This year, the NBA announced that they might be experimenting with a new look for their jerseys in the upcoming season. Owners might sell space on team jerseys for advertisers.

The vote won’t happen until September, but fans are already up in arms about the idea. It seems that most people like their uniforms uncluttered and advertising free.

Let’s Get Physical with Custom Branded Performance Wear

02/02/2012 - 11:26am

We thought about attaching a video of us working out in our custom branded performance wear, but then we decided that Halloween is months away and there’s no reason to scare our readers today! So instead we are going to share with you some photos of two well-known fitness experts, Lisa Reed and Brian Wright, in their custom branded work-out clothes to give you some ideas about how your company will build brand recognition with custom screen printed and embroidered sportswear.

Promotional Items Sell Products and Services – Really!

02/01/2012 - 11:23am

It has been proven time and again that promotional marketing items work if used properly as a component of an overall marketing strategy designed to support your brand. The goals are to create better recall and spur call to action by the recipients so that they will reach out to your company when they need your product or service, and not use Google.