Not All Superheroes Wear Capes

ONe TRue LOVe, an non-profit based out of Phoenix, dedicated to finding, feeding, and enriching the lives of the homeless started with very humble beginnings. Krysten Aldridge began seeking out folks who simply needed a hug and a cup of soup. Food [READ]

The History of The Foam Finger

One of the most recognized promotional sports products is the foam finger. For many, it seems it has existed forever and is as old as spectator sports themselves. Just where did the foam finger come from and how did it become so popular for sports [READ]

The Best & Worst Campaign SWAG

No matter the level of election, whether it is state, local or national, campaign logos and swag are always a hot topic. Voters love showing their support (or distaste) for candidates in all areas of their lives from t-shirts, to drink koozies, to [READ]

How to Welcome New Employees

Onboarding employees are an important part of recruiting and retention. Be sure new employees feel welcome and equipped to begin their new jobs with confidence. Allow them a space and time to ask questions and get settled in. However, be careful not [READ]

Designing the perfect t-shirt or mug

Tips for Effective Product Designing While promotional products are incredibly effective for getting noticed by potential customers and staying top-of-mind, it is not always enough to simply put your brand or message on an item. It’s important to [READ]

How To Celebrate Boss’s Day

Today is National Boss’s Day. You may be wondering, Is that really a thing? Hallmark just made that up to sell more cards. However, it is a real holiday and it started in Illinois in 1958 by a secretary named Patricia Bays Haroski. Her goal was to [READ]
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