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Marketing Event Calendar

Promote your business or events all year long.

EmbroidMe's annual marketing events calendar makes it easy for you to promote your business, non-profit, or event with top quality apparel AND promotional items all year long. Showing your support for popular events AND occasions that are important to your target audience allows you to increase the impact of your promotional marketing efforts.

Use our interactive calendar to search for opportunities AND ideas for specific holidays, national events, causes, appreciation weeks, awareness campaigns AND more. Talk to your local EmbroidMe store about upcoming events AND product suggestions. We can help you find the perfect mix of products AND services to make your event a success.


National Night Out

National Night Out

Held annually on the rst Tuesday of August, National Night Out is held to increase crime prevention by having neighbors sit on their front porches in the evening. Get involved by sponsoring a town watch or other neighborhood group. Help promote your business at the event by providing logoed products like ashlights, T-shirts, caps, water bottles etc. An event like this will go a long way with people in the community.www.natw.org


Get Ready For Kindergarten Month

Get Ready For Kindergarten Month

Going to kindergarten is alife-changing event not only forthe child, but also for parents,siblings and educators.Get ready for school with backpacks, lunch boxes and writing instruments!


National Immunization Awareness Month

National Immunization Awareness Month

August is the time to catch up on vaccinations! Get ready for local health screenings or fairs with promotional products that rally for the benefits of immunizations.


Children's Vision And Learning Month

Children's Vision And Learning Month

Researchers estimate that one in four children has an undiagnosed vision problem that is interfering with the ability to read and learn. While children get ready to go back to school promote regular check-ups and share this message during back to school campaigns.