Things You Need To Know

   

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  1. Why should we put our company's logo on shirts, pens, mugs etc..?
  2. What would we use logo imprinted items for?
  3. Do I have to order a minimum quantity of an item?
  4. What do I need in the way of artwork?
  5. What is an "embroidery tape" ?
  6. When is ... ?

1. Why should we put our company's logo on shirts, pens, etc..?

Most company's go through a lot of effort to create a logo for their company that captures the essence of what the company is all about. Look at shirts, pens, mugs etc. as advertising for your company. All of these items are essentially tiny billboards that are never torn down. Who throws a pen away? Who throws a coffee mug away? Chances are imprinted items will last a lot longer and are a lot less expensive than any other advertising your company may do!

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2. What would we use logo imprinted items for?

There are lots of ideas. Here are a few:

  • tradeshows
  • awards
  • customer appreciation
  • sales meetings
  • uniforms
  • company events
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3. Do I have to order a minimum quantity of an item?

Yes! Minimum quantities do apply. The good news is that the more you order the lower the individual price of an item.

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4. What do I need in the way of artwork?

You need the sharpest image of your company logo on the glossiest paper stock that you've got. This is typically what's called "camera ready art". We have a graphic artist at Logo Communications when and if you need help at a nominal charge.

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5. What is an embroidery tape?

To embroidery a shirt or baseball cap, you need an embroidery tape (now going to floppy disk on a computer). An embroidery tape is the instructions that tell the embroidery machine what to stitch on your shirt or hat. If you don't have one, it costs about $100 to make one of a typical company logo of 5,000 stitches. More complex or larger embroidery costs $20 more per 1000 stitches above 5,000.

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