Holiday Hustle Before the Bustle

Planning ahead isn’t just about avoiding inventory issues; it’s a strategic move to account for potential delays and snafus, ensuring your products arrive on time. From custom order cutoff dates—where large quantity and overseas orders can save you money, albeit with extended production timelines—to leveraging lower shipping rates before holiday surcharges kick in during Q3, ordering early – like July early – is the secret to saving big.  

Paws, Posts, and Promo

In the vast, overly saturated landscape of social media, to say it’s difficult to capture the public’s attention is an understatement. The one subject that is consistently able to cut through the noise in the dog-eat-dog world of social media? Ironically – it’s pets.  Why? Because people love pets. And what people love, they will… Read More

Rogue Spending

Abstract Do you know how much your organization spends on branded merchandise? You’re not alone if you don’t. “Branded merchandise” includes anything from company uniforms, giveaways, writing instruments, awards and any other logoed items you may have or use, which help to build your corporate brand’s awareness! Regardless of your company, you have at least:… Read More

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Does Your Brand Suck?

I believe that many businesses have brands that suck. I mean, suck away opportunities for sales and profits! Let me explain. First, there are many companies out there with brand names that only indicate they sell printing or promotional products. Names like, City Printing Company or Peoria Promotional Products, LLC. These names suggest the company… Read More