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  • New EmbroidMe Ownership in Holyoke

    HOLYOKE, Mass. (February 26, 2013) – EmbroidMe, the world’s largest embroidery franchise, announces a new owner for its Holyoke store at 98 Lower Westfield Rd., under the ownership of local resident Dr. Ned Barowsky.

    Barowsky has founded or owned a number of small businesses through his career, including Valley Chiropractic and Rehab, Great Clips Holyoke, Barowsky Real Estate Inc., and Internet Community Concepts. He currently owns the Pier 1 Plaza, which is where the new EmbroidMe store is located.

    “Discovering EmbroidMe seemed appropriate as I was looking to start another business in the Pier 1 shopping center that I own,” says Barowsky. “Our EmbroidMe store will be available to help local businesses, schools, athletic teams, non-profit organizations, and health care facilities with their custom apparel needs and promotional products.”

    The EmbroidMe of Holyoke store will be open Monday to Friday, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and by appointment on Saturday.

    With nearly 400 retail locations, EmbroidMe provides full-service custom embroidery and screen-printing for apparel, as well as promotional products. We service both the private, commercial, and non-profit segments of the local community.

    For more information on EmbroidMe of Holyoke, contact Dr. Ned Barowsky at 413-650-0823. For franchising information, please call (800)727-6720 or visit EmbroidMe Holyoke.

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  • United Franchise Group Introduces New Financing Option

    New Rex Agreement allows franchisees to turn home equity into business equity

    West Palm Beach, FL (February 25, 2013) – The United Franchise Group (UFG), the global leader for entrepreneurs, announced today an agreement with FirstREX to make FirstREX’s home equity-based business funding available to current and future franchisees. This innovative product, the REX Agreement, allows homeowners to convert a portion of their home equity to cash to invest in a business without additional debt.

    “The REX Agreement fills an important niche in franchise financing, and will be a significant addition to the variety of financing options we currently offer” said Ray Titus, CEO of United Franchise Group. “Prospective and existing franchisees who have significant home equity now have a way to convert some of that asset into an investment in their business without interest or payments.” “Often franchisees use a combination of funding strategies to obtain financing, including loans, leases and lines of credit. The REX Agreement can help prospective franchisees obtain the initial owner equity that lenders require for them to get into their own business.” says Titus.

    Under a REX Agreement, FirstREX will make an equity investment in an individual residential property. The company will pay the homeowner up to 12.5% of the value of the home. There is no interest and the homeowner makes no monthly payments to FirstREX. Instead, the company earns a return on its investment when the home is eventually sold, up to 30 years in the future. If the home has increased in value, the company earns a profit. If the home has decreased in value, FirstREX typically shares the loss.

    “We are delighted to be working with UFG to bring the REX Agreement to franchisees,” says James Riccitelli, Co-CEO of FirstREX. “Many potential franchisees and existing franchisees have limited access to capital but possess considerable home equity. Our solution makes that asset available for business investment - in essence turning home equity into business equity,” says Riccitelli.

    About the United Franchise Group (UFG)
    The United Franchise Group is the Global Leader for Entrepreneurs, consisting of a number of award-winning business-to-business brands and franchise development services including some of the world’s largest industry-leading names. The experts at UFG have used their over 25 years of franchising experience to grow the franchising giant into a $500 million dollar success story with approximately 1,400 franchise locations in 50 countries. The company includes franchise industry giants SIGNARAMA, the world’s largest sign franchise; EmbroidMe, the world’s largest embroidery franchise; IZON Global Media/Billboard Connection, an incredibly successful out-of-home advertising franchise; Transworld Business Advisors, for people to research business opportunities before investing, Plan Ahead Events, a home-based corporate event planning franchise and SuperGreen Solutions, a premium one-stop retail location for energy efficient products. Information on franchising opportunities is available at 561-640-5570 or the web at www.unitedfranchisegroup.com.

    About FirstREX
    Founded in 2004, FirstREX provides homeowners and home buyers with smart new financing alternatives to home equity loans and mortgages. Neither a lender nor a bank, FirstREX makes long term investments in individual residential properties through two highly innovative consumer equity sharing products, REX HomeBuyer, which helps people purchase homes, and the REX Agreement, which allows current homeowners to tap their home equity without interest or monthly payments. FirstREX’s consumer solutions have earned national recognition from prominent newspapers and magazines including the Wall Street Journal, Business Week and the New York Times. More information is available at www.1REX.com.

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  • Custom Embroidery from EmbroidMe Puts Your Logo on Shirts, Hats and Apparel


    West Palm Beach, FL – February 14, 2013
    – After more than a decade of providing superior service and high-quality promotional products, EmbroidMe has established itself as the largest promotional products franchise that offers local in-house customization services. EmbroidMe excels at making it convenient and affordable to put your logo on shirts, hats, and apparel. When promotional partners turn to EmbroidMe to outfit their groups and keep them looking sharp and professional, the only challenge they face is choosing from all the available options.

    Business owners and sports teams have come to rely on EmbroidMe as an extension of their own in-house marketing departments. The on-site specialists at your local EmbroidMe Resource Center are knowledgeable, friendly and helpful, and they are experts at helping you design your custom apparel. You can also take design matters into your own hands with EmbroidMe’s online Apparel Design Studio. There you can select an item and customize it by either uploading your own logo or choosing from EmbroidMe’s library of images. You can add text, choose colors, and sizes, and use your own personal touch to create unique designs.

    EmbriodMe’s wide selection of customizable apparel isn’t limited to just shirts, hats, and jackets; there is also a surprising variety of uniforms and accessories, such as messenger bags, backpacks and totes. With such a broad array of apparel and a varied choice of colors, materials, and styles to choose from, EmbroidMe truly has something for everyone.

    “EmbroidMe has built its reputation upon helping our promotional partners build their reputations,” said an Embroidme Representative. “We know how important it is for you to look professional, and we are here to help.”

    About EmbroidMe

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

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  • Tips on how to avoid colors fading when washing

    I like bright, solid colors in clothes and garments. Solid colors look great on garments until they fade. A vibrant red shirt that you really like can easily become a shirt you dislike when it loses its original color.  Here are some tips to help prevent discoloration on some of your favorite garments:

    1. Look at the care label
    It requires a couple of seconds, but looking at care labels might spare you from much distress whenever your clothes go through the washing machine. Reading the washing directions, like hand wash only in cold water, might save the garment of choice from color loss. Nothing is worse than having a new garment ruined or damaged within just a couple of weeks of purchase.  Remember to also to read the drying instructions. The label should explain what to do.

    2. Separate your wash into darks, whites, and colors
    This seems obvious, but be sure to separate your clothing into darks, whites and colors. Anyone who has mistakenly put in one brightly colored piece of clothing with a whole load of whites knows the distress of seeing the whites come out of the wash in a new shade of pink. To avoid having the discoloration of whites, keep those darks and colors separate. Never be tempted for the sake time to put it all in one load, even if you are just washing a few items.

    3. Turn clothing inside out
    Much of the discoloration of clothing can be avoided by turning your clothing inside out prior to placing them into your washer or dryer. Washing and drying can be a little rough on your clothing, so by reversing the garments you will decrease the possibility of pilling that can fade the color of the fabric. Also, if you dry your clothes under natural sunshine, be sure to keep them inside out. Prolonged exposure to the sun when drying can increase the chance of color loss.

    4. Don't put too many garments in the washer at once
    This seems to be inconvenient, especially when you are washing a big load, but you have to keep in mind that if you have too many clothes in the washer then the clothes in center of the tumbler will not get the same amount of detergent as the outer garments will. This can result in some clothing not being fully cleaned and other garments receiving too much detergent; both can be bad for the clothes, so resist the temptation to do too many at once.  It is better to spend the extra time then to damage your clothes.

    5. Wash in cold water
    Even though modern detergent has come a long way and is now suitable for washing colored clothing in hot water, it is still better to be on the safe side and wash your colors in cold water.

    6. Don't leave in the dryer on too long
    Even though no one enjoys wearing damp clothes, over drying will result in the fading of the colored garments. Set your dryer to the minimum amount of time necessary to dry your clothes and don't leave them in the dryer after the time is up. Ideally you should be taking your clothes out of the dryer while they are still a little damp.

    7. Add vinegar
    Vinegar is obviously not designed for clothes and often can initially give off an unattractive odor, but including a cup of vinegar in your wash will make your fabric softer and will also help reduce the risk of discoloration. Also, don’t worry about the vinegar giving off a lasting odor; the smell will not be there after the wash.

    8. Use the soft cycle or a softer detergent
    Should you still be worried about fading and discoloration, put your clothes in a lighter spin cycle with a detergent that is labeled as beneficial for colored clothing.

  • Is the classic look the wave of the future?

    Is the classic look in clothing making a resurgence in the modern world of fashion?  It has been interesting to note that over the past couple of years there has been a subtle reintroduction of the classic look.  The classic look has always had its place in culture because of it timelessness or the sense of history it gives to a society quickly moving towards pure individualism and postmodernism.  The individualistic element in western society today has caused many fashions norms to fragment and splinter.  What I mean by this is that there seem to be negative underlying side effects occurring in our culture today as a consequence of individual expression; that is the erosion of corporate unity and societal homogeneity.

    In previous decades it was very easy to see widespread trends dominate a society. For example, in the 1970s lapel shirts with flared pants and long hair were normative for most men.  In the 1980s it was the mullet hair cut and thin ties, and colorful suits were seen as must-haves.  No one in their right mind in the 80s would have worn a big, chunky tie with flared pants, unless of course it was for a comedic effect.  Likewise in the 90s, although not as universal, you did have the introduction of grunge, which resulted in a slammed door on the 80s.  So, within a space of 10 years it was easy to renounce the fashion of the previous decade even to the point of ridicule.  However, with the new millennium we have not seen such a sharp dichotomy from the 2000s to the 2010s.  I think this is largely due to the pervasive nature of individualism.  Now with so much choice available to us, it has become increasingly difficult to encapsulate a decade with a certain dress code.

    A good example of how this is the case would be the movie the wedding singer, released 1998.  When it was released I remember thinking that even though the movie exaggerated the fashion of the mid 80s, it was still a fair representation of that era.  The movie was automatically funny because it poked fun at the previous decade by rewinding the clock 13 years.  Now, if you were to make a similar movie today on the same premise you would have to rewind the clock back to 2000.  Now would there be the immediate sense of embarrassment?  Yes, there would be a couple of things that would make you smile – like theY2K scare or the introduction of smartphones or social networks such as Facebook, but when it comes to fashion there really wasn’t this pervasive universal fashion trend that is now easily mocked and cringed over! Why is this? What threshold did we cross over at the turn of the new millennium? I think it goes back to individualism and the actualization of choice that has saturated our culture over the past 20 years.

    This of course is a good thing from a consumer’s stand point.  With everyone now being able to log on to the internet, coupled with the rapid increase of communication, it has allowed people to construct their own individual world more, to the point they can easily personalize their clothes with custom embroidery and screen printing services.  This is of course, like I said, is for the most part a good thing for the individual, but there have been some causalities along the way.  One such causality is the lost of uniformity in our culture, which is now even seen in the fashion world.  However, we are not left completely without any consistent fashion trends, and the best one we have is the classic look.  With the success of recent shows such as Downton Abbey and time period movies such as Sherlock Holmes, A Game of Shadows It seems the closest we might have to a fashion norm is a transitional look, which is “classic meets modern.”  Regardless of individual taste, there will always room for a modernized classic look, and maybe this will become the most recognizable style of this decade.  I guess we'll have to wait until the 20s to find out!

  • Top 5 Runway Trends to Try Today

    The runway isn't all about impractical feather dresses and silly hats nobody would ever actually wear. In fact, some of the trends are quite wearable - at least, if you scale them down for everyday life. With a new year comes new trends, and this year's are particularly fun. If you're fashion-minded but don't know how to bring clothes from the runway to the sidewalk, here are a few trends making waves in 2013, along with some advice on how to make them wearable:

    1. Colorful metallics. Sayonara, silver and gold! 2013's metallics are bright and bold. Think the colors of the season, but in metallic form. Of course, tossing on a metallic mini dress or a pair of jeans can be a bit much for your day-to-day life. Instead, look for custom embroidery on skirts and shirts in eye-catching and colorful metallics.
    2. Layered custom embroidery. Chanel brought an otherworldly look to the runways for Spring 2013. The sheer panels bedecked with embroidery printing gave a lush, layered look to otherwise-basic silhouettes. This dreamy-yet-lush look is easy to replicate with sheer layers and a bit of custom embroidery.
    3. Monochrome madness. While color blocking is still wearable, monochrome looks could be your best bet this spring. Think white-on-white screen printing and embroidery. It gives your monochrome outfit an interesting texture while still keeping the chic styling of a single-color look.
    4. Upscale casual. Don't put away your pencil skirts just yet. Spring 2013 takes some of last year's polish and ruffles it up a bit. Rather than primly-pressed skirts and shirts, this spring's fashion is all about adding a bit of mess and personality. Get that perfectly imperfect look with slightly off-kilter custom embroidery.
    5. Unique patterns and prints. From checkerboards to bees, unique and bold patterns are popping up everywhere. This is where embroidery printing really shines, since you can use the technique to add your own unique flair to any garment. Pair your quirky prints with solids in various colors to ensure that your outfit doesn't fly off the rails into Crazy Town.

    This spring's runway trends may seem unwearable, when it fact, it merely takes a bit of creative adaptation and imagination to make them work. Toning down a trend with solid colors and basic pieces is a great way to bring a bit of the runway with you everywhere you go.

  • EMBROIDME CEO NAMED TO POWER 75 LIST BY STICHES MAGAZINE

    Ray Titus ranked 28th most powerful person in the decorating industry

    West Palm Beach, FL (January 25, 2013) – EmbroidMe, the world’s largest embroidery franchise, announced today that Stitches magazine has once again included CEO Ray Titus in their annual “Power 75” list of most influential people and companies in the decorating industry. Titus was ranked the 28th most powerful person, after posting the company’s tenth straight year of growth since the Embroidme brand began.

    “Embroidme has experienced phenomenal growth and recognition because of the outstanding business opportunity it provides to our franchisees, who serve as promotional marketing partners to their customers,” said CEO Ray Titus. “I am honored to receive this recognition in light of our brand’s tremendous expansion and unique position in the industry.

    Stiches magazine serves as a voice for the embroidery industry and is the ultimate resource for commercial embroiderers. This is the second year they have compiled the list of industry heavyweights, recognizing those who have the most influence now and in the next year. The new rankings were published in the December 2012 issue.

    With over 300 locations in a dozen countries worldwide including Australia and Canada, EmbroidMe is the largest embroidery franchise that specializes in full-service custom embroidery and screen-printing for apparel, as well as promotional products and gifts to both private and commercial segments. As part of its aggressive growth strategy, EmbroidMe is seeking to expand its presence in markets across the U.S. and in countries such as Brazil, Mexico, France, United Kingdom and Germany.

    To fuel this growth, the company is looking for specific franchise candidates seeking to be a part of a $20 billion industry and who also have the desire to learn and follow a system that ensures value and customer satisfaction. Qualified franchisee candidates should have business sales or management experience, but no formal franchising background is necessary.

    EmbroidMe is part of a successful system of business-to-business franchise brands and development services under the United Franchise Group, The Global Leader for Entrepreneurs. Since its inception, EmbroidMe has offered full-service promotional options to both small and large businesses, serving as a true Promotional Marketing Partner to its customers. EmbroidMe currently has more than 800,000 promotional products designed to help businesses build their brand and make lasting impressions. EmbroidMe can also assist not only with business-to-business branding and marketing solutions, but also globally via their international franchise network.

    About EmbroidMe:

    EmbroidMe, Inc., a privately owned company, is the world’s largest embroidery franchise with hundreds of retail locations worldwide. Since it began franchising in 2000, it has become the world leader in the full-service, embroidery and promotional products industry. For more information call 561-640-5570 or visit unitedfranchisegroup.com/embroidme.

    About the United Franchise Group (UFG)

    The United Franchise Group is the Global Leader for Entrepreneurs, consisting of a number of award-winning business-to-business brands and franchise development services including some of the world’s largest industry-leading names. The experts at UFG have used their over 25 years of franchising experience to grow the franchising giant into a $500 million dollar success story with approximately 1,400 franchise locations in 50 countries. The company includes franchise industry giants SIGNARAMA, the world’s largest sign franchise; EmbroidMe, the world’s largest embroidery franchise; IZON Global Media/Billboard Connection, an incredibly successful out-of-home advertising franchise; Transworld Business Advisors, for people to research business opportunities before investing, Plan Ahead Events, a home-based corporate event planning franchise and SuperGreen Solutions, a premium one-stop retail location for energy efficient products. Information on franchising opportunities is available at 561-640-5570.

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  • EMBROIDME RANKED #1 IN CATEGORY BY ENTREPRENUER MAGAZINE

    Largest Embroidery Franchise also grew to a #264 ranking in annual Franchise 500 listing

    West Palm Beach, FL (January 25, 2013) – EmbroidMe, the world’s largest embroidery franchise, announced today that Entrepreneur magazine has once again ranked the company as the top franchise in the Embroidery & Screen Printing category in the annual Franchise 500 list. Each year the magazine recognizes the top franchises and reveals the impact of the newest trends and industries poised for growth.

    For 2013, EmbroidMe received an overall ranking of #264, up from last year’s rank of #336.

    “We are thrilled to be recognized for our brand’s growth and unique position within the industry,” said Mark Johnson, President of EmbroidMe. “We pride ourselves on being a true global company dedicated to providing outstanding service and serving as marketing partners to our clients in each community. This has been the driving force behind our phenomenal growth and recognitions.”

    Entrepreneur magazine, the premier source for everything small business, has compiled the Franchise 500 list for the last 34 years, and it serves as a guide to potential growth and trends of various franchising opportunities. The new rankings were published in the January 2013 issue.

    With over 300 locations in a dozen countries worldwide including Australia and Canada, EmbroidMe is the largest embroidery franchise that specializes in full-service custom embroidery and screen-printing for apparel, as well as promotional products and gifts to both private and commercial segments. As part of its aggressive growth strategy, EmbroidMe is seeking to expand its presence in markets across the U.S. and in countries such as Brazil, Mexico, France, United Kingdom and Germany.

    To fuel this growth, the company is looking for specific franchise candidates seeking to be a part of a $20 billion industry and who also have the desire to learn and follow a system that ensures value and customer satisfaction. Qualified franchisee candidates should have business sales or management experience, but no formal franchising background is necessary.

    EmbroidMe is part of a successful system of business-to-business franchise brands and development services under the United Franchise Group, The Global Leader for Entrepreneurs. Since its inception, EmbroidMe has offered full-service promotional options to both small and large businesses, serving as a true Promotional Marketing Partner to its customers. EmbroidMe currently has more than 800,000 promotional products designed to help businesses build their brand and make lasting impressions. EmbroidMe can also assist not only with business-to-business branding and marketing solutions, but also globally via their international franchise network.

    About EmbroidMe:

    EmbroidMe, Inc., a privately owned company, is the world’s largest embroidery franchise with hundreds of retail locations worldwide. Since it began franchising in 2000, it has become the world leader in the full-service, embroidery and promotional products industry. For more information call 561-640-5570 or visit www.unitedfranchisegroup.com/embroidme.

    About the United Franchise Group (UFG)

    The United Franchise Group is the Global Leader for Entrepreneurs, consisting of a number of award-winning business-to-business brands and franchise development services including some of the world’s largest industry-leading names. The experts at UFG have used their over 25 years of franchising experience to grow the franchising giant into a $500 million dollar success story with approximately 1,400 franchise locations in 50 countries. The company includes franchise industry giants SIGNARAMA, the world’s largest sign franchise; EmbroidMe, the world’s largest embroidery franchise; IZON Global Media/Billboard Connection, an incredibly successful out-of-home advertising franchise; Transworld Business Advisors, for people to research business opportunities before investing, Plan Ahead Events, a home-based corporate event planning franchise and SuperGreen Solutions, a premium one-stop retail location for energy efficient products. Information on franchising opportunities is available at 561-640-5570.

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  • Embroidery and the Union Jack Flag

    Many companies today recognize the economic advantages of using popular images of unity and culture.? One such example would be the Union Jack Flag.? Originally made in the early 17th century to symbolize the unification of Scotland, England and Wales by James I, the combined banner is officially referred to as the "Union Flag" when seen in England, despite the fact that most people outside the UK refer to it as the ?Union Jack." In 1801 the Union Flag incorporated the Cross of St Patrick into the former layout in acknowledgement of the Act of Union with Ireland.? Since the flag isn't copyrighted, anybody can print or embroider their personal Union Jack image onto to any garment without being required to pay any royalties.? For instance, Virgin Atlantic recently added the British Flag motif to their planes.? Small businesses, too, are jumping on the bandwagon by having products imprinted with the Union Jack flag.? Plus, with the current coverage of royal events, from the Queen?s Jubilee to the Olympic Games, many people around the world have become once again interested in British Culture.

    The flag is now used on numerous products.? From mugs to t-shirts, the Union Flag has found its way even into American culture ? a good test to see if this is true is to make note of how many times you see the flag in any given week.? The British emblem of unity can be seen on clothing and television shows, and it does seem to be one of the cool decorative accents that you see in many furniture stores.? However, this has not always been the case.? The flag itself has had a checkered history and has not always been so popular. In previous generations it has been seen by many as a throwback image of the golden age of the British Empire.? It was also adopted by the conservatives in Britain, which lead to the false perception of xenophobia or blind national pride.

    But these days British culture is very much back in vogue, especially in light of the royal wedding.? It seems that after the tragic death of Princess Diana, there was a sense that we had lost something special, resulting in renewed appreciation for the charm and magic of a royal family.? To have true royalty today is rarer then ever before, and even though very few nations desire a monarchy, there does definitely seem to be a desire on the part of many to have the sense of royalty in their cultures.? The Union flag is that universally recognized symbol that will immediately capture a world of tradition and history in just one image.? It stands to reason, then, that such images would have resurgence in western culture.? As happy as we are with democracy and independence, there is still something in us that likes how a royal family can gives us a sense of another world.? A flag like the Union flag is one of those powerful reminders that we still do desire to have some things rooted in history and tradition despite our postmodern bend towards rapid change.

  • EmbroidMe Promotes Cause Marketing

    West Palm Beach, FL – January 24, 2013 – Thirty years ago, a pink ribbon was just a hair accessory and a puzzle piece was nothing more than a toy. People lowered their voices to whispers when they said “cancer,” and the word “autism” was hardly spoken at all.  What made these previously unspoken words part of our everyday lexicon was cause marketing.  If you recognize which cause the color pink or a puzzle-piece bumper sticker is supposed to represent, it’s because cause marketing works.  Since its inception more than 10 years ago, EmbroidMe has been a leader in providing quality promotional items and exceptional service in the area of cause marketing.

    Cause marketing is the way many charitable organizations develop their brands, and promotional products are an integral part of making those efforts successful. EmbroidMe offers a comprehensive selection of customized promotional products that will help you spread the word about your cause—koozie cups, t-shirts, tote bags, pens, bracelets, and more; the list is exhaustive and EmbroidMe has it all.

    Another core aspect of cause marketing is event planning, and EmbroidMe can help with that as well.  Whether it’s a charity walk, golf tournament, auction or any other function, the on-site specialists at EmbroidMe are pros at helping you host a successful event  and make it one that people want to attend year after year.  One of the chief benefits of incorporating promotional products into your event is that their impressions linger long after the attendees go home, giving you a big bang for your marketing buck.

    “EmbroidMe is sincerely dedicated to promoting charities, causes, and service to the community,” said an Embroidme Representative.  “We have always believed in paying it forward, and we are proud to be able to help you do the same.”

    About EmbroidMe

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

     

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