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  • Make Sports Season Great with Custom Sports Apparel

    Fall is the Perfect Time for Custom Sports Apparel

     

    With football season right around the corner, you can easily get your office or school pumped up with custom sports apparel that has your brand's logo on it. Start your own full-contact, touch or flag football league that coincides with the NFL season to give your employees something to look forward to. They'll feel appreciated and develop a strong team mentality with their coworkers, all while representing your business.

    Custom sports apparel isn't just great for the office but for all age ranges of school as well, from elementary to the collegiate level. Make sure your players look sharp while getting touchdowns. Equip your students with the good-looking custom sports apparel they need to be confident and excel on the field.

    Custom sports apparel isn't just for clothing your staff or students, though, it can be a great source of revenue for you organization. Having jerseys, hoodies, jackets, shorts and track suits with your logo and branding can go a long way when your employees, students and their families all want to be a part of your sports programs. EmbroidMe also offers a wide set of collegiate sports gear that will not only make your athletes look great, but play great too.

    Designing your custom apparel is as simple as a few clicks with our online platform. You don't need to be a graphic designer to get your logo and branding printed on your uniforms. EmbroidMe can even help you set up an online storefront so you can easily sell your custom sports apparel to eager participants and fans.

    Custom Sports Apparel by EmbroidMe

    EmbroidMe offers a full range of comfortable and cool custom sports apparel that will keep your staff or students excited when they're playing or bragging about their most recent win. Contact your local EmbroidMe Resource center today to get a free consultation with one of our promotional marketing experts.

  • EmbroidMe Overland Park Featured in Kansas City Star

    Jeff Moffett's embroidery and promotional marketing business, EmbroidMe of Overland Park located at 7512 W 119th St, provides services from the business Entrepreneur Magazine named top in its industry to customers in Overland Park and Leawood. A husband and father of two, Moffett is bringing managerial experience combined with a creative side that, he says, will provide service with a personal touch. Moffett opened the business with plans to grow it to a point where he can pass it on to their children when they are ready.

    For 24 years, Moffett worked for Hewlett-Packard Enterprise Services as a project manager. His career beginning when the personal computer industry was still in its infancy and carrying him through its mainstream proliferation, Moffett has a great deal of experience with how the right branding can grow a business. This, he said, is what drew him to EmbroidMe.

    "The products make people smile," said Moffett. "When you create a custom product for someone, there's a greater appreciation for that product because it was made just for you. There's such a strong demand for what we sell. Every business needs promotional products and logoed merchandise to create brand awareness, and we will be the ones to customize those items for them."

    Recognizing the value of personalization, Moffett is also aware of how EmbroidMe will provide a unique service to businesses. "In this industry, the competition is primarily small home-based businesses or giant corporations located two states away," said Moffett. "EmbroidMe fills a void in the middle by providing a local storefront for customers to see and touch a product before buying. We're also detail-oriented perfectionists, so customers can rest assured that we’ll provide a quality product that they’ll love."

    But Moffett's interest in bringing a personalized touch to the business extends beyond the services he provides. With plans for wife Erin Moffett to soon join the business, Jeff Moffett says he aims to make his EmbroidMe a family affair.

    "Erin's background is in sales and I'm an operations guy, so I think we'll make a great team," said Moffett. "With an 8-year-old son and 11-month-old daughter, it's important that we build something that our kids can one day take over. Our son is already talking about working in the store so he can make shirts for his friends."

  • EmbroidMe Greensboro in the News

    Amanda Hodges of EmbroidMe and Signarama of Greensboro, NC was recently featured in the NCHeadlines.com website. The feature talks about Amanda's move back to NC, and opening an EmbroidMe and Signarama. Read More.

    Source: NCHeadlines.com

  • Spotlight Scott Foresta of EmbroidMe Gahanna, OH

    Scott Foresta of EmbroidMe Gahanna, OH was recently spotlighted in Bizjournals.com

    Why this business: This business found me when my parents asked my wife and me to partner with them. I guess it really didn’t matter what the business was. I had an opportunity to work with my parents and I took advantage of it. I have learned a lot about the advertising specialties industry and met a tremendous amount of fascinating people along the way.

    Source: Bizjournals.com

  • EmbroidMe Announces Plans for 2016

    EmbroidMe recently released details of it growth plans for 2016. Below is an excerpt from Franchising.com

    EmbroidMe, represented at No. 36 by Stitches magazine in its annual list of the most powerful people and companies in the embroidery industry, has bold plans for 2016 as it looks to double the number of new franchises it added in 2015, building upon its reputation as an industry-leading franchise and promotional marketing partner for its clients, providing logoed apparel, promotional products and a wide variety of additional services.

    Stitches is recognized as the trade publication and the voice and vision of the embroidery industry and the single most-referenced magazine in the business.

    The United Franchise Group brand, represented in the 2015 Stitches Power 75 by CEO Ray Titus and President Mark Johnson, was named a Top 100 Global Franchise by Franchise Direct and was 18th on Top 40 Distributor list of Counselor magazine, recognized as the "voice" of the promotional products industry...Read More

    Source: Franchising.com

  • Businesses Support National Nutrition Month™ with Custom Items from EmbroidMe

    nutritionNOW IS THE TIME FOR BUSINESSES TO PREPARE A PROMOTIONAL CAUSE MARKETING CAMPAIGN TO ALIGN WITH NATIONAL NUTRITION MONTH™ IN MARCH

    March is National Nutrition Month™, an annual education campaign to promote awareness of and information about healthy food, fitness and lifestyle choices. The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics created this awareness campaign to draw attention to the benefits of making educated decisions about diet and physical activity routines. The theme for March of 2016 is "Savor the Flavor of Eating Right," encouraging everyone to not only improve the quality of the food they eat, but also to enhance appreciation for the flavor and experience of each meal. EmbroidMe encourages businesses to help spread information about healthy lifestyles with a promotional marketing campaign for National Nutrition Month™.

    National Nutrition Month™ educates consumers about the importance of good nutrition by providing the latest practical information about living a well-balanced, healthy lifestyle. Making simple lifestyle changes - such as incorporating exercise or eating more fruits and vegetables - can reduce the risk of illness and increase energy levels and overall health.

    There are many ways for businesses to participate in National Nutrition Month™, and the time to prepare a promotional cause marketing campaign for March is now.

    Businesses can:

    • Create a company blog article and request to be added to the Academy's blog roll for National Nutrition Month™
    • Throw a fundraising event such as a charity walk to raise awareness and provide health conscious giveaways and follow the official social media channels using the #NNM hashtag
    • Sponsor Academy programs such as the Energy Balance 4 Kids, which places registered dietician nutritionists in classrooms to educate students about healthy food options
    • Promote public service announcements that share exciting healthful messages with customers

    On a smaller scale, businesses can simply raise awareness about the campaign by developing custom products emblazoned with their logo and messages about proper nutrition and passing them out to employees and clients.

    Businesses interested in mounting a National Nutrition Month™ promotional marketing campaign must design and order their products now to be ready for March.

    Ideas for custom products to pass out to employees and clients or at charity walks and health education workshops are plentiful. They include promotional healthy recipe calendars and cookbooks, food and fitness journals, personalized lunch boxes, and fitness products such as pedometers, fitness belt pouches and duffel bags. All promotional products can be imprinted with business logos and messages about National Nutrition Month™. All such products - and many more - are available from one of the hundreds of EmbroidMe Resource Centers around the world.

    Christine Marion, Director of Retail Operations for EmbroidMe, says: "Whatever role a business decides to play in promoting National Nutrition Month™, EmbroidMe offers businesses the ability to customize products that will convey the message that a business cares about promoting healthier lifestyle habits. Businesses should place their orders now to make sure they are ready for the National Nutrition Month™ campaign in March."

  • Businesses Prepare for "Get Organized Month" with Custom Promotional Items from EmbroidMe

    organizer penJanuary is "Get Organized Month", an annual campaign to promote education about the importance of proper organization skills; and there is no better way for your business to tie in than by contacting your local EmbroidMe Resource Center, which is brimming with great ideas to incorporate into your promotional marketing campaign. The campaign, which originated with the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO), is an effort to help businesses and organizations reduce clutter and effectively improve their workplace environments while boosting productivity.

    Get Organized Month shines a spotlight on the benefits of proper organization in the home and workplace. By educating your employees and clients about effective organization, your business can benefit from saved time, increased profit, reduced stress and more efficient productivity.

    There are many ways for companies to participate in Get Organized Month, and the time to prepare a promotional marketing campaign for January is now.

     

     

    Businesses can:

    • Take classes and attend annual organization conferences via the Professional Organizer Curriculum webinar to enhance productivity in the workplace
    • Sponsor display advertising by reserving a full or partial page advertisement in the NAPO News interactive online magazine
    • Partner with the National Association of Professional Organizers by downloading the NAPO Corporate Partner Program Brochure
    • Attend local organizing expositions or hold public giveaways to help get consumers organized

    On a smaller scale, a company can simply raise awareness about the importance of getting organized by developing custom products emblazoned with their logo and passing them out to employees and clients.

    Businesses interested in mounting a Get Organized Month promotional marketing campaign must design and order their products now to be ready for January.

    Ideas for custom products to pass out to employees and clients or at organization expos are plentiful. They include promotional note cases, convention totes, organization padfolios, monthly calendars and planners, storage cases, hanging purse holders and other office accessories. All promotional products can be imprinted with business logos and messages about Get Organized Month. All such products - and many more - are available from one of the hundreds of EmbroidMe Resource Centers around the world.

    Christine Marion, Director of Retail Operations for EmbroidMe, says: "Whatever role a company decides to play in promoting Get Organized Month, EmbroidMe offers the ability to customize products that will convey the message that your business wants to help boost the organization initiative."

  • Businesses Spotlight "Shape Up US Month" with Custom Promotional Items from EmbroidMe

    Businesses SpotlightNOW IS THE TIME FOR BUSINESSES TO PREPARE A PROMOTIONAL CAUSE MARKETING CAMPAIGN THAT TIES IN WITH SHAPE UP US MONTH IN JANUARY.

    January is "Shape Up US Month", an annual campaign to promote education about America's obesity health epidemic and enlighten Americans about healthy living strategies for children. Unfortunately, as stated in the 2008 report "Overview of Federal Child Nutrition Legislation," federal funding for school nutrition programs was cut, reducing access to health education in schools and healthy food in cafeterias across the country.

    According to the Journal of Adolescent Health, comprehensive programs that educate children about well-being, including physical, social and emotional health, are sorely needed. By taking part in Shape Up US Month, businesses can help fund physical education and wellness programs in schools throughout the nation.

    Shape Up US Month shines a spotlight on the risks of childhood obesity and emphasizes the importance of making healthier lifestyle choices, which will ultimately reduce the risk of diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and even cancer.

    There are many ways for businesses to participate in Shape Up U.S. Month, and the time to prepare a promotional cause marketing campaign for January is now.

    Businesses can:

    • Fund local Shape Up programs such as Just Clap For Life
    • Join or start a team in Hip Hop Healthy Heart Program for Children, a comprehensive health program that engages children and their families to stay healthy and make health education affordable
    • Sponsor health and wellness live events to promote health education in schools throughout the country
    • Secure a booth at a Shape Up US Health and Wellness Expo, encouraging the maintenance of a healthy lifestyle while also boosting sales for your business

    On a smaller scale, businesses can simply raise awareness about developing a healthier lifestyle from an early age by developing custom products emblazoned with their logo and passing them out to employees and clients.

    Businesses interested in mounting a Shape Up US Month promotional marketing campaign must design and order their products now to be ready for January.

    Ideas for custom products to pass out to employees and clients or at health events and education expos are plentiful. They include promotional healthy recipe cookbooks, food journals and fitness products such as pedometers, fitness belt pouches, water bottles and duffel bags. All promotional products can be imprinted with business logos and messages about shaping up. All such products - and many more - are available from one of the hundreds of EmbroidMe Resource Centers around the world.

    Christine Marion, Director of Retail Operations for EmbroidMe, says: "Whatever role a business decides to play in promoting Shape Up US Month, EmbroidMe offers businesses the ability to customize products that will convey the message that a business wants to help schools fund health education programs. Businesses should place their orders now to make sure they are ready for the Shape Up US Month campaign in January."

  • Businesses Support Safe Toys and Gifts Month with Custom Items from EmbroidMe

    toyNOW IS THE TIME FOR BUSINESSES TO PREPARE A PROMOTIONAL CAUSE MARKETING CAMPAIGN TO ALIGN WITH SAFE TOYS AND GIFTS MONTH IN DECEMBER.

    December is Safe Toys and Gifts Month, an annual campaign of Prevent Blindness America, the nation's leading volunteer eye health and safety organization working to prevent blindness and save eye sight. Safe Toys and Gifts Month is dedicated to promoting awareness of and education about toy safety. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, hospital emergency rooms treated about 251,700 toy-related injuries in 2010 throughout the United States. 72% of them were people less than 15 years of age.

    Safe Toys and Gifts Month informs parents, grandparents and anyone with small children about how to avoid risks when buying toys and gifts. By keeping updated on the latest recalls and looking for specific safety labels before purchasing a gift, toy-related injuries can be reduced and prevented. Another important safety precaution when purchasing gifts for young children is educating parents about the appropriate age range and skill set for each toy. Safe Toys and Gifts Month allows adults to become involved in the well-being of all children, especially during the holiday season, by monitoring the toys and gifts they are giving and receiving.

    There are many ways, large and small, for businesses to participate in Safe Toys and Gifts Month, and the time to prepare a promotional cause marketing campaign for December is now. Businesses can:

    • Fund or host a local Saving For Sight Day with all donations going to Prevent Blindness
    • Sponsor fundraising events to provide eye exams and glasses to families with financial needs
    • Sponsor a toy drive requiring all gifts to pass ASTM safety standards
    • Promote public service announcements to raise awareness of the most current guidelines, regulations, and product recalls for all toys and gifts

    On a smaller scale, businesses can simply promote the importance of safe toys and gifts by working with an EmbroidMe Resource Center to develop custom products emblazoned with the Prevent Blindness green emblem, and passing them out to staff and clients.

    EmbroidMe features many child-friendly items including plush stuffed animals, glow-in-the-dark sunglasses, foam puzzles, kid-friendly art supplies and picture books featuring child safety themes. Places of business that promote an in-office challenge to promote toy safety can reward the largest reach or donation with UV protection sunglasses. All safety awareness promotional products can be imprinted with business logos. All such products - and many more - are available from one of the hundreds of EmbroidMe Resource Centers around the world.

    "Businesses participating in Safe Toys and Gifts Month with EmbroidMe's promotional products will be supporting the safety of children while simultaneously promoting their brands," said Christine Marion, Director of Retail Operations for EmbroidMe. "EmbroidMe offers the ability to customize products that will convey the message that your company cares about promoting safe toys and gifts and has fun doing it."

    Whether businesses are in need of branded clothing, branded office supplies, or promotional items, EmbroidMe has hundreds of Resource Centers around the world to help your business develop the perfect products to honor Safe Toys and Gifts Month. EmbroidMe's on-site specialists are ready to provide you with first-class service and products of the highest quality. Just click EmbroidMe Locations to find the Resource Center nearest you, or call (877) 877-0234 to speak to a trained design professional.

  • EmbroidMe Boca Raton in American Towns Feature

    americantowns-comEmbroidMe of Boca Raton was recently featured in American Towns. There is an excerpt below, as well as a link to the full article.

    Raymond Fernandez and Lillian Fernandez will be opening their embroidery, garment/screen printing and full service promotional marketing business EmbroidMe of Boca Raton at the end of August. Located at Boca Lyons Plaza on 9186 Glades Road, the husband and wife team will celebrate over two decades of marriage by working together with the company Entrepreneur Magazine has named one of Americas top global companies for three consecutive years. Providing customized apparel including corporate apparel, awars, clothing, team apparel, promotional products and more, Raymond and Lillian will leverage unique backgrounds to serve clients throughout southern Palm Beach County. For 29 years, Raymond worked in the financial service industry as a foreign equity trader specializing in American Depositary Receipt (ADR) arbitrage, and block trading, 11 years of which was with French bank BNP Paribas. For her part, Lillian worked in the fashion industry, designing and developing private labels for several department stores in New York CIty until she left to focus on raising the couple's three children. Read More...  

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