Company Specializing In Trade Show Giveaways Offers Budget Priced Items To Help During The Recession

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A leading online company for promotional products,, is offering a collection of low priced products that will make the perfect trade show giveaways for companies desperately trying to keep up their marketing during the recession.

MyLogoImprinted has been a leading online source for trade show giveaways and other promotional products. The current recession has limited the marketing budgets of many firms so the company has recently released a series of economically priced products to help companies maintain their marketing edge.

These assorted low-price products include trade show giveaways that are all priced under $3.00 such as key tags, stress balls, magnets, and paper products. Jay Powers, founder and sole proprietor of the company, believes that it is important to offer trade show giveaways in order to keep the company name in front of consumers. It is common for companies to cut their marketing budgets first when economic times are rough, but this isn't always the best idea as the public needs to be constantly reminded.

Besides the budget priced products, the company offers a wide variety of popular items such as personalized apparel which can be worn at trade shows. The latest company offering for 2009 is its new line of eco-friendly products which are made from recycled and/or organic materials.

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About MyLogoImprinted:
MyLogoImprinted was founded by Jay Powers, a promotional products specialist with over 24 years of solid experience selling to various Fortune 500 companies. His company offers a variety of promotional products which can be customized with any company logo or artwork. His wide assortment of products includes drink ware, apparel, bags backpacks, office products, hats, and executive gifts. Most recently, the company has added various eco-friendly products e.g. organic tote bags and recycled shopping bags.

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