After decades in the sign business, I noticed a pattern. Clients wanted something unique to give their business a boost and asked me for advice. I was limited in what I could personally offer (a banner, magnetic signs, window lettering, and whatnot) but I enjoyed suggesting other ideas that I thought could help. I guess I had a secret love for marketing all along - I just didn't know what to call it!
A few years ago, I was out of town visiting an old friend. She told me how she had started her own promotional products business. "You mean like pens and mugs and stuff?" and she said, "Oh yeah, but it's so much more than that!". She went on to tell me how incredibly rewarding it was helping businesses ace their marketing game through killer promotional products. She explained how it was important to focus on their needs and goals and how to find just the right products that would appeal to their market. Everything clicked! I had a vision of what I was supposed to do.
I spent the next two years learning everything I could about the promotional products business through books, blogs, online classes, experts online and a wonderful mentor. I gave my existing flag and display business a total makeover and launched a new website.
Our focus is on solutions. We're all about brainstorming awesome products that match your brand, goals and budget while making sure your audience loves them and remembers you. You won't find anyone else in town that knows as much as we do about the steps involved from brainstorming unique ideas to products at your door.
We're located in south Huntsville but we don't have a storefront because 1) working from home is awesome! and 2) have you seen how expensive rent is for storefronts these days??? By not having a storefront, we can keep our costs down to give you the best price possible.
PPAI (Promotional Products Association International) is the world’s largest international not-for-profit trade association serving the promotional products industry.
We agree to the PPAI Code of Conduct: “Our company believes we must meet the highest ethical expectations of our customers and consumers. To that end, we have adopted standards for the quality and safety of the products we sell, and we are committed assuring that our manufacturing processes respect the rights of individuals and protect the environment.”
“We will work to assure compliance with all applicable laws, and we will conduct business in an ethical, responsible manner. We expect the same commitment from all businesses that provide us products as primary manufacturers or component subcontractors. We also expect those suppliers to implement procedures to ensure continual compliance and upon mutual agreement will open their factories and records for audits by our company’s staff or qualified third-party organizations.”
“Deadheads” as in, huge fans of the Grateful Dead (and Widespread Panic, Billy Strings, Phish and other jambands, too). Yep, the we’re the peace-lovin’, tree-huggin’ types. There’s a good chance whoever delivers your goods will be wearing a tie-dye.
Because being a Deadhead is about more than just the music; it’s a lifestyle.