The C-Store program boasts a free fully hosted and managed online company store platform, as well as a stand-alone customizable website option for promotional outreach.
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Chicago, IL (PRWEB) March 01, 2012
Customizo, an innovative product design website that offers state-of-the-art design software and a social networking platform unlike anything else on the web, announces the launch of its C-Store affiliate program and the Hanes4Education C-Store alliance.
The C-Store program boasts a free fully hosted and managed online company store platform, as well as a stand-alone customizable website option for promotional outreach. Simply put, using Customizo’s software, organizations can tailor a site to fit the needs of their employees or members. For example, the Stanley Steemer C-Store was created for franchise locations to customize their own branded apparel for employees, while the Shriners Hospitals for Children store is set-up for visitors and donors to order everything from Shriners scrubs to T-shirts.
In addition to saving money by not having to pay web designers to create a completely new site, the C-Store platform offers groups control over how their logo is being used, co-op pricing to help lower costs and set-up fees, and a dedicated account manager to handle questions and order fulfillment details.
As part of the C-Store platform, Izo also offers use of their social design network Groupizo, where group members can log in and actively engage in the design process. Once online, group members can vote on their favorite product, create customized options with approved logos, and eventually purchase and ship individually.
As a major proponent of its education initiatives, Customizo is leveraging its online C-Store platform to work with Hanes on its Hanes4Education program, which donates money to schools for Hanes products purchased through the Hanes4Education C-Store. The Hanes4Education program is part of the well-established General Mills Box Tops for Education initiative, which helps parents earn cash for their school by either clipping Box Tops coupons from hundreds of participating products or shopping online for a variety of products. Since 1996, Box Tops has helped schools earn more than $400 million. More than 89,000 K-8 schools around the country currently take part in the program.
Customizo used its innovative software to build a playful and intuitive website that allows schools to customize and buy Hanes apparel and uniforms. Schools will receive one Box Top for every Hanes product sold through the Hanes4Education C-Store, and Izo will also donate 5% of the proceeds back to the school to help support school uniform programs for kids in need.
About Customizo and Izo Brands: Izo is knitting the framework for the future of e-commerce with a multi-faceted set of innovative product customization and design tools, a unique group collaboration interface, and mobile media distribution applications. Its mission is to be the most customer-centric, creative, and innovative company in the custom apparel and promotional products industries.