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  • EmbroidMe Mentioned in Forbes Article

    It's not everyday your company is mentioned in Forbes magazine. While the mention is small, it is still a mention, and that is a good thing. Anyway, the article was about Wounded Warriors becoming Entrepreneurs. The blurb talks about Sam King, a decorated Vietnam Vet and EmbroidMe franchisee from New Richmond, WI. Click the image below, to read the complete article.Forbes---King-sm

  • The Evolution of Promotional Products

    Our EmbroidMe Gahanna franchisee, Scott Foresta, recently wrote an article that talks about the evolution of promotional products. The article was published yesterday, inColumbus CEO. Very interesting insight from one of our franchisees, click the image below, for the entire article. Columbus-CEO

  • How I Bought an Embroidery Franchise at 21

    Maria Emma, of EmbroidMe New York City, was recently profiled by Entrepreneur Magazine. Maria talks about becoming a franchisee, where she was, how and why she decided to open an EmbroidMe franchise, as well as where she plans to take her business. Lastly, she also has some suggestions for prospective franchisees. Click the image below, for the entire article. maria-emma

  • EmbroidMe Showcased in Small Business Opportunities Magazine

    EmbroidMe is being showcased in an upcoming issue of Small Business Opportunities magazine. The feature talks to Maria Emma from EmbroidMe Midtown NYC. The magazine hits newsstands this July, we are lucky to have an advance clipping, for your viewing pleasure. The article will be headlined as "25 Dream Startups". Look for it soon on newsstands near you. For a larger version, click on the images below... emma

  • The Morning Journal and Cristina Bertero of EmbroidMe North Olmstead

    Cristina Bertero of EmbroidMe of North Olmsted was recently featured in: The Morning Journal. The article talks about her successful business, and her life previous career as an attorney. To read the article in it's entirety, click the image below. The-Morning-Journal-News-4-21-14

  • Local Business Owner Donate Shirts to Injured Soldiers

    Kathleen Morasci, owner of the EmbroidMe located at 51 Wright Brothers Ave, Suite G, has started a program to donate thank-you t-shirts for injured soldiers returning from duty and current soldiers who are overseas.

    "I wanted to find a way to give back to the community and honor local soldiers," Morasci says.

    She invites any child to draw a special picture and/or thank you message to a soldier on a plain white sheet of paper and then she puts the pictures on a t-shirt, which is then given to an injured soldier when he or she arrives at a local VA hospital. The t-shirt is one of the first things the soldiers receive when they get to the hospital.

    Several local Girl Scout troops and classrooms have become involved. Morasci and Denny Weisgerber, a Korean veteran, have given presentations about how important it is to honor our soldiers and the sacrifices they make for our freedom. The kids are then invited to create a shirt design for a soldier.

    Morasci scans the drawing into a computer and then transfers it to the garment printer in her EmbroidMe store. The printer then transfers the image onto a t-shirt. Each shirt is unique because she only uses each drawing for one specific soldier.

    If anyone in the community has a family member currently serving overseas, Morasci will make a thank-you t-shirt for the family to send to their loved one. She has donated almost 150 t-shirts so far to local soldiers.

    With nearly 450 retail locations worldwide, EmbroidMe provides full-service custom embroidery and screen-printing for apparel, as well as promotional products and gifts to both the private and commercial segments of the business community.

    For more information on the "Shirts for Soldiers" program in Livermore, contact Kathleen at (925) 245-9070 or To learn more about EmbroidMe, visit or call (800) 727-6720.

  • Former Corp Exec Finds Fulfilling Second Career

    Recently, Bob & KC Packard were highlighted in the Herndon Patch. The piece talks about the success they have had with EmbroidMe, after an already successful corporate career. To read the entire article, click the image below.


  • EmbroidMe of Delray Beach in the News

    Congratulations to Len Cava of EmbroidMe Delray Beach, FL. He was featured in Entrepreneur Magazine, and the article was also picked up by Reuters! In The News

  • Welcome Gordon Lennox (EmbroidMe Henrietta, NY) to the Team!

    Congratulations to our recent EmbroidMe franchisee located in Henrietta, NY. For all your holiday gift or personalizing needs, please visit this EmbroidMe location. Directions: 1000 Hylan Dr, Henrietta, NY 14623 EmbroidMe will help you with all your personalizing and embroidery needs so contact them at or 585-427-9440 to get all your holiday gifts this season!

  • Wipe away all the germs from holiday shopping with personalized Hand Sanitizer

    Hand Sanitizer Think about all the time you spend holiday shopping at malls and department stores or even if you haven't started to check off your gift list--the shopping is right around the corner. There is no better time than now to have a supply of personalized Hand Sanitizer around. Great gifts for give-a-ways during the holidays. Fun Fact about germs: everyone has between 10,000-10 million microorganisms that can be found on each one of your hands–can we say ewww! Good thing EmbroidMe offers hand sanitizers to personalize which can kill most of those germs while preventing many illnesses from taking place. Hand Sanitizers are marketed as a great way to wash your hands when you are not around regular soap and water. To effectively use hand sanitizer, place an amount the size of a thumbnail on the palm of your hand and rub this all over both hands entirely, including the nail beds. It is highly recommended that if the gel evaporates entirely in under 15 seconds, then you have not used enough and need to reapply. Continue reading

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