Shreveport, Louisiana (PRWEB) December 11, 2013
Match My Monogram the first and only online marketplace that gives businesses the opportunity to upcycle sample and mishap personalized items, makes holiday-rush mistakes a little easier to handle. By utilizing the easy-to-use business form on the website, businesses both small and large are able to turn once-useless items into a revenue saver. Match My Monogram recently added the product entry form allowing businesses to upload their unused items quickly and at no cost. Entering a mishap or sample piece takes less than two minutes and gives the business a much broader audience, which in turn enhances the chance of receiving some money back on what once was considered a total loss and can turn someone one to your brand with the free listing.
Match My Monogram believes offering a resale marketplace for businesses all over is a win-win for both producers of personalized goods as well as consumers looking for a nice price on beautiful merchandise. Due to the overwhelming volume of demand for monogrammed items, businesses are undoubtedly going to use more samples, and unfortunately, produce more mishaps. Owner Katy Chambers states, "That's where Match My Monogram steps in. Finding a buyer for a sample product or a mis-monogrammed item is the last thing a busy shop owner wants to worry about this time of year. Worry no more- Match My Monogram is here."
A monogram tells a story. It conveys who we are. In an age where everyone brands themselves in the virtual world as well as in reality personalization has become king. Examples include the child wearing a high-end monogrammed outfit to school or the businessman carrying his custom briefcase through airports around the world. Match My Monogram grants the power to both the consumer and consignor as well as providing a tremendous outlet for wholesalers and retailers alike.
Currently the space is experiencing a growth spurt. Match My Monogram launched due to this fact. Mothers all over the world love to personalize their children’s best outfits. The days of marking your children's backpack or lunchbox with a sharpie are over. Big retailers and boutiques alike have joined the fray and are offering personalization on many items. People like things with their names on them. As shoppers continue to spend on customized items, the industry for gently used personalized goods will continue to grow. Owner Katy Chambers states, "The high-end monogrammed holiday outfit now won't be stuck in the back of a drawer or thrown in to a closet; at Match My Monogram we upcycle these treasures."
Match My Monogram connects consumers and sellers with the same name. Buyers can conveniently search by letter, name or initials. A match is a terrible thing to waste.
About the Company: Match My Monogram, founded by Katy Chambers, launched in July, 2013. Being a mother of two boys with plenty of outgrown monogrammed clothes and having wondered what to do with her personalized maiden name items, the question of what to do with the unusable pieces began to evolve in to an opportunity. Since the launch of the website, the product line has rapidly evolved from mostly children's clothes to a marketplace with a variety of personalized items. Match My Monogram now works with many businesses providing them an outlet for samples and mishaps.