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Employee Recognition – A Show of Gratitude

2016-11-20T11:17:56-07:00Gifting / Gift Programs, Promotional Products|

A show of gratitude can go a long way in fostering loyalty.  Most commonly companies relate this to customer loyalty, but how about employee loyalty?  (After all,) The reward of a paycheck only goes so far. A wonderful way to foster employee loyalty is through an employee recognition program.  A pat on the back for [...]

Tis the season of opportunity. . .

2016-12-26T17:06:07-07:00Gifting / Gift Programs, Promotional Products|

to market your business to the community. There will be parties, events, and gift giving throughout the land, so what’s your plan? Ah yes!  Celebrate the holidays with customized products to promote your brand. Not sure what to give we understand, just know that we’re here to give you a hand. For now, check out [...]

Planning on Gift Giving?


By Heather Rykowski It’s never too soon to be planning your holiday corporate gift program. Many businesses will be sending gifts throughout the holiday season. Taking time to plan ahead will reduce the stress of selecting the right business gifts. It is important to take this opportunity to support your marketing efforts with gifts that [...]

5 Quick Tips for Ordering Convention Gifts

2016-12-26T17:06:07-07:00Trade Shows/Events|

by Heather Rykowski Convention gifts are one of the greatest points of attraction for event attendees as they expect to receive some sort of gift bag or promotional swag during the event. When done right, these gifts can keep on giving, as long as they are thoughtfully designed.  Make sure you also consider the following [...]

Getting The Best Return On Your Promotional Product Investment

2016-12-26T17:06:07-07:00Promotional Products|

Many businesses are facing the same challenge...less time and money...especially when it comes to marketing their business.  Yes, when money is tight the gut reaction of most businesses is to cut out marketing altogether.  If you ask businesses that are successful, they'll tell you marketing is the last thing you should cut out.  Instead, you [...]

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