Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) September 4, 2006
The #1 goal for every business is to be seen and known as fast as possible for the lowest cost, but how can this be accomplished? Promotional Products Association International, who performs research studies on promotional products, states that since the 1990’s, one of the three leading categories chosen for use to achieve business growth are wearables (e.g., shirts, polos, jackets and caps/hats). In the $20 billion promotional products industry, logo apparel can create continuous company brand exposure to get your business going and increase traffic/sales.
Even with the popularity and cost-effectiveness of logo apparel marketing, businesses are finding it difficult to receive the quick turnaround time for their product and competitive pricing they require to be viable within their niche. “Many logo apparel providers are small 'mom and pop' shops who are not equipped to produce company logos on the large scale that is now required in the industry, so the wait time for product has multiplied,” says LogoWear Direct Independent Rep. David M. Rolle’, California’s respected authority on helping clients “get noticed” in 30 days or less. “The solution is for clients to find large scale vendors that are known to handle small and huge orders in a timely matter, while still maintaining competitive prices.”
In searching to find the right vendor, asking the right questions can make your logo apparel marketing experience an enjoyable and profitable one. Once a vendor is located, ask questions like:
- How many embroidery machines do you have functioning?
- What actually determines the price of my order?
- Are you equipped for rush orders?
*What’s the stitch count limit and the price over limit?
*What’s your approximate length of time to complete order?
*Who will provide garments, the vendor or the client?
*Can you provide me with a catalog and a price list?
David M. Rolle’ is an Independent Representative for LogoWear Direct, whose mission statement is “To be the nation’s number one source for custom embroidered apparel." Contact David for an enthusiastic and informative interview on logo apparel marketing.