- Education: Schools, Seminars
- Financial: Banks, Savings & Loan Companies, Credit Unions,Stock Brokers
- Health Care: Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Clinics
- Not-for-Profit Organizations
- Construction: Building Trades, Building Supplies
- Government: Public Offices, Agencies, Political Candidates
- Trade, Professional Associations and Civic Clubs
- Real Estate: Agents, Title Companies, Appraisers
- Automotive: Manufacturers, Dealers, Parts Suppliers
- Professional: Doctors, Lawyers, CPAs, Architects, etc
- Apparel: Aprons, uniforms, blazers, headwear, jackets, neckwear, footwear, etc.
- Writing Instruments: Pens, pencils, markers, highlighters, etc.
- Calendars: Wall and wallet calendars, desk diaries, pocket secretaries, etc.
- Drinkware: Glass, china, ceramic, crystal, plastic and stainless steel.
- Bags, tote bags, shopping bags, gift bags, drawstring bags, cosmetic bags, etc.
- Desk/Office/Business Accessories: Cases, pen sets, calculators, paper products, etc.
- Recognition Awards/Trophies/Jewelry/Clocks & Watches: Plaques, certificates, etc.
- Other items not included elsewhere
- Games/Toys/Playing Cards/Inflatables: Kites, balls, puzzles, stuffed animals, etc.
- Textiles: Flags, towels, umbrellas, pennants, throws, blankets,etc.
Promotional Products: Impact, Exposure& Influence
A survey conducted by LJ Market Research reveals the power of promotional products by measuring how end users respond to organizations that use promotional products as part of their marketing mix. More than 71 percent of respondents surveyed indicated they had received at least one promotional product in the past 12 months. The study also showed that respondents’ ability to recall the name of an advertiser on a promotional product they had received (76 percent) was much better than their ability to recall the name of an advertiser from a print publication they had read in the past week (53.5 percent).
Promotional Products’ Impact On Brand/Company Image
An experiment conducted by Georgia Southern University shows that recipients of promotional products have a significantly more positive image of a company than consumers who do not receive promotional products.
Promotional Product Incentives Produce Valuable Referrals From Satisfied Customers
A survey conducted exclusively for PPAI by the Manship School of Mass Communication at Louisiana State University indicated that, among other findings, accompanying a request for referrals, an offer of a promotional product incentive, or an offer of a promotional product incentive plus eligibility in a sweepstakes drew as many as 500 percent more referrals than an appeal letter alone.
In short, every garment that will likely be used by children 12 or younger must include information which will allow the end user to determine who manufactured the product. Garment manufacturers already label their items so the garments themselves are already in compliance. For items that are decorated by someone other than the garment manufacturer, a separate label is required that will allow the end user to determine who decorated the product.
Unfortunately, these are not regulations anyone can afford to ignore. Penalties can amount to $100,000.00 per infraction. Therefore, compliance is not an option. We will not print any youth garments that do not include proper labeling.