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  • Businesses Spotlight Men's Health in Movember


    November has been rebranded Movember by the Movember Foundation, a global organization committed to "changing the face of men's health." The Movember Foundation asks men to grow moustaches (Mo's) during Movember to initiate conversations about and raise funds for men's health programs, with a focus on prostate and testicular cancer. Beginning back in 2003 in Australia, the Movember movement has spread to 21 countries and has raised $559 million to date.

    Men known as Mo Bros shave their faces on Movember 1st and grow a moustache for the month. They grow and groom their new Mos, asking friends, family and corporate sponsors to donate to their efforts. Mo Bros use their new Mos as talking points to discuss men's health and gain sponsorship. Money raised by Mo Bros goes to the Movember Foundation to support men's health programs.

    Businesses can support employees and clients participating in Movember by offering them Movember-related promotional products from EmbroidMe. The time to design and order Movember promotional products to be ready by November - or Movember - is now.

    Businesses can:

    • Sponsor their employees and clients participating in Movember (Mo Bros) by providing a financial donation
    • Sponsor Mo Bros by handing out branded Movember promotional products that they can use and wear to generate support for their Movember fundraising efforts.

    Companies sponsoring Mo Bros in their support of men's health can work with an EmbroidMe Resource Center to develop customized moustache products emblazoned with their logo or company name. For example, a business can design t-shirts with its logo, the image of a moustache, and a "Made in Movember" tagline. EmbroidMe also offers moustache pins, moustache silicone or slap bracelets and moustache keychain/bottle openers. Businesses can make it easy for Mo Bros to keep their moustaches trimmed and stylish by handing out branded electric shavers. All such products - and many more - are available from one of the hundreds of EmbroidMe Resource Centers around the world.

    An Embroidme Representative says: "Businesses participating in Movember with EmbroidMe's promotional products will be supporting men's health while simultaneously promoting their brands. EmbroidMe offers the ability to customize products that will convey the message that a company cares about promoting men's health and has fun doing it."

    About EmbroidMe With hundreds of Resource Centers around the world, EmbroidMe is the most comprehensive source for promotional apparel and advertising specialties, providing its promotional partners with full-service custom embroidery and screen-printing for apparel. For more information about and to view this and additional releases, visit the EmbroidMe News & Press Release section of 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.

  • Businesses Support American Diabetes Month with Custom Items from EmbroidMe


    November is American Diabetes Month, an annual campaign to promote awareness of and education about the disease that affects nearly 30 million children and adults in the U.S. Diabetes is a pervasive and pernicious disease that causes more deaths a year than breast cancer and AIDS combined. Complications from diabetes include increased risk of stroke and heart disease, kidney failure, nervous system disease, and nontraumatic lower-limb amputations. In addition to the nearly 30 million diagnosed cases of diabetes in the U.S., an estimated 86 million Americans have prediabetes and are at risk for developing Type 2 diabetes. In its most recent study the American Diabetes Association estimated the total cost of diagnosed diabetes in 2012 was $245 billion.

    American Diabetes Month shines a spotlight on this devastating disease and on the importance of both calculating one's personal risk for developing Type 2 diabetes, and on how making simple lifestyle changes - such as losing weight or quitting smoking - can reduce the risk of developing the disease.

    There are many ways for businesses to participate in American Diabetes Month, and the time to prepare a promotional cause marketing campaign for November is now. Businesses can:

    • Fund local charity walks that support diabetes research
    • Join or start a national team in The Step Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes National Team Program, a team-building program sponsored by the American Diabetes Association that engages employees and their families to stay healthy and make a difference in their communities
    • Sponsor annual diabetes awareness programs that explain the connection between diet, exercise and developing Type 2 diabetes
    • Promote public service announcements that remind about the importance of maintaining a healthy lifestyle in preventing and combating diabetes

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

    Businesses interested in mounting an American Diabetes Month promotional marketing campaign must design and order their products now to be ready for November.

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

    An Embroidme Representative says: "Whatever role a business decides to play in promoting American Diabetes Month, EmbroidMe offers businesses the ability to customize products that will convey the message that a business cares about those affected by diabetes. Businesses should place their orders now to make sure they are ready for the American Diabetes Month campaign in November."

  • EmbroidMe of Bel Air Featured in MDBIZNews

    Dan Dubell, Chris Grohman and Jeff Mitchell recently combined their business experience into a new local venture, EmbroidMe of Bel Air.

    Dubell previously worked as Director of Operations for 56 Taco Bell and KFC locations over 10 years, while Mitchell worked for the same group for nine. The two teamed up and entered the embroidery business together in 2003, which they recently converted into an EmbroidMe franchise. Grohman, a youth minister, later joined the duo after meeting Dubell through charity work.

    EmbroidMe was recently ranked 20th by The Advertising Specialty Institutes Counselor magazine in its annual Top 40 Distributors listing. The ranking recognizes the top distributors in the promotional products industry based on the previous years gross revenue.

    Read the full article here: MDBIZNews

    EmbroidMe of Bel Air Featured in MDBIZNews


  • EmbroidMe of Kingsville and Corpus Christi in Franchising World

    Recently, Carol Geryk of EmbroidMe Kingsville and Corpus Christi was interviewed by Franchising World. In the article Carol talks about how community outreach helps her multi-unit business thrive. carol-geryk-kingsville Source: Franchising World

  • EmbroidMe Fishers Indiana Featured in Current in Fishers

    Dina and Jeff Slain of EmbroidMe of Fishers, Indiana werefeatured today in: Current In Fishers. To read the entire article, click the image below. 2015-03-03-fishers

  • Washington Post Article About EmbroidMe Frederick, MD

    The EmbroidMe of Frederick, MD was featured recently in The Washington Post. The article talks about about Angie Foster and Amy Phillips move from North Carolina to Maryland, and their decision to purchase an EmbroidMe franchise. Click the image below to read the entire article. 2015-03-02-washington-post

  • EME New Tampa/Wesley Chapel, FL Featured in USA Today

    SignaramaUSA Today - Beatriz Cardona-Hiller and EmbroidMe New Tampa/Wesley Chapel, FL owner, Beatriz Cardona-Hiller, was featured today in USA Today's Moneysection talking about women in franchising and their prospects with multiple franchise opportunities. Check out the full article hereUSA Today - Beatriz Cardona-Hiller.

    Source: USA Today Money

  • EmbroidMe Expansion Plans for 2015

    EmbroidMe was recently featured in, the release talks about EmbroidMe's plans for expansion in 2015. It also notes, that EmbroidMe is ranked #143 in the Franchise 500. Additionally, EmbroidMe is ranked 17th in the Advertising Specialty Institute's Top 40 Distributor list. For the entire article, click the image below. eme-plans-expansion-2015-sm

  • Veteran Owned EmbroidMe Brandon FL Featured in Tampa Bay Times

    Dwayne and Tammy Lewis were recently featured in the Tampa Bay Times. Dwayne, a former US Marine and his wife Tammy, opened an EmbroidMe location in Brandon, FL. The article talks about their previous careers, their new location, as well as futureplans of opening a second location. Tampa Bay Times - Lewis

  • EmbroidMe Honolulu Featured in Military Veteran Job News

    Mary and John Whitworth of EmbroidMe Honolulu, were both featured in an article byMilitary Veteran Jobs. The feature talks about their previous careers in the US Army, the support they provide to the military and non-military communities alike. The Whitworth's also express their plans to expand into Easter Oahu including: Waimanalo, Hawaii Kai, Kahala, Kaimuki, Waikiki, and the greater Honolulu region. Military Veteran Job News - Whitworth-w650

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