Discount Labels, America’s Leading Label Supplier, Launches New Website

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Discountlabels.com upgrades to optimize user experience and expand content and offerings for dealers and distributors.

Discount Labels | Trade Printing & Promotional Products

Discount Labels, founded in 1965, has grown to become the largest wholesale label maker in the industry.

Distributors will be very pleased with the new site, which features the breadth of labels and promotional products that Discount Labels has to offer, such as thousands of standard die sizes, 15 standard ink colors, and over 70 standard paper stocks.

Discount Labels, founded in 1965 by Fred Conway in the basement of his home, has grown over the years to become the largest wholesale label maker in the industry. Although many distributors have utilized Discount Labels' budget-friendly, high-quality services from its inception, the company has recently announced its newly designed website at http://www.discountlabels.com, which allows even more online visitors to personalize labels that have potential to increase their sales and improve their customers sales, branding and communication tactics.

The website, which features enhanced functionality and an easy-to-use interface, aims to take Mr. Conway's business philosophy - treating every customer as he wants to be treated and offering high-quality labels and promotional products and reliable service - and blast it into the new age, allowing all Discount Labels' clients to modernize their sales, marketing and communication strategies, thus staying ahead of competitors.

“Today, Discount Labels operates from a 200,000-square-foot facility with many presses and hundreds of employees,” says Discount Labels' Brand Manager Jennifer LaGrange. “We still focus on delivering the professionalism and quality Mr. Conway pioneered, which is part of our new website launch."

Labels and Promotional Products Benefit Distributors and their Customers:
Although America is coming out on the other side of one of the most serious financial crises in recent history, it is not unscathed, and neither are the dealers and distributors so imperative to smaller businesses and the country's economic development. According to recent information from the U.S. Census Bureau, small businesses employ a majority of U.S. workers. This may be part of the reason the country's unemployment rates are dropping and are predicted to decrease into 2013 and beyond.

Needless to say, dealers and distributors are a very important component of the American economy, especially as it gains steam and recovers from a difficult few years. Discount Labels not only realizes this, but offers businesses flexibility in creating labels, stamps and other marketing materials used to communicate product information, branded labels, product promotions and general communications for many types of businesses, turning labels into a core communications vehicle to further company branding and enable businesses to distinguish a product, educate users or promote a company.

Because many dealers and distributors have limited resources and must rely on a certain budget, Discount Labels' printing options can be an invaluable business decision. Whether producers need to print a small run of just 50 labels or enough labels to cover a shipment of millions, Discount Labels can handle the job, and fast - turnaround times for catalog orders range from 24 to 72 hours, complete with overnight shipping at ground rates. Cash-strapped business owners also won't be stuck paying hidden fees for exact quantity printing, minor artwork fixes, film output, printing plates, enlargements or reductions.

Discount Labels Offers Label Options to ensure Visibility, Tracking, Branding and More:
A variety of label types - including die cuts, foil-stamped labels, barcodes, weatherproof labels, stickers, static cling products, tamper-evident labels, magnets, tags, postcards, stamps and consecutively numbered stickers and labels - can be printed in a variety of designs, colors and printing styles.

“The enhanced site provides the entire Discount Labels catalog digitally, offers support for art help, hosts a media library with trade tips and tools, and allows current distributors to log in. It’s an exciting and significant upgrade,” says LaGrange. “There is so much on the new site to choose from, dealers and distributors will be very pleased to easily navigate and choose from the breadth and versatility of products that Discount Labels has to offer, such as thousands of standard die sizes, 15 standard ink colors, and over 70 standard paper stocks."

Dealers and distributors of all sizes can know they are supporting American business and dedicated workers by dealing with Discount Labels' teams of experienced sales and marketing experts, who are available to help even the busiest companies create and order labels that are not only attractive and eye-catching, but budget-friendly and stress-free.

Visit the new Discount Labels site at http://www.discountlabels.com, register for an account or call 1-800-995-9500 to speak with an agent about pricing.

About Discount Labels:
Discount Labels is a trade printer, specializing in die cut labels, premier labels, durable labels, labels for printers, special application labels, stamps and promotional products. Discount Labels sells not to end-users but to authorized dealers and distributors. Eligible dealers are active in one of the following categories: printing, graphic arts, specialty advertising, business forms, packaging and shipping, signs, banners, trophies, rubber stamps, or office products. Founded in 1965 by Fred Conway in the basement of his home, Discount Labels has grown to be America’s leading label supplier, first pioneering simple phone stickers and then creating the largest wholesale label business in the industry. High-quality products, reliable customer service, and excellent turnaround time remain core values of Discount Labels business model. Find more information at Discountlabels.com and visit us on Facebook, Twitter (@Discount_Labels) and Google+.

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