First and foremost this November, I want to say Thank You. Thank you for being so supportive these past 25 years. I truly do appreciate all my clients for their business, my vendor partners for their support and all my friends for their constant guidance and counsel.

Thank you for your support and patience this year with the chaos that Hurricane Irma caused. And thank you for your offers of help and to those that let me vent about my loss of power for so long.

So now we start looking at the year-end and our plans for 2018. If we haven’t touched base with you yet we will soon. But you don’t have to wait for us. We are ready to start planning for you so that you can start your 2018 on January 2 without stress.
I can’t begin to tell you how many times I get that call the week between Christmas and New Year’s from clients that have suddenly realized the new year is here and they have an event on January 10th! Or from a client that has been going through a branding change (or merger or acquisition) with a new year launch and suddenly realize that they haven’t updated their promotional marketing materials.

Or is next year a big anniversary date? Been in business 5, 10, 50 years? Now is the time to start planning for all the big announcements, events and sponsorships to celebrate the new milestone.

A new year is also a great time to introduce new or updated employee initiatives. Incentive, wellness or safety programs are all great ways to help motivate employees to a move to a new level. We have many programs that can be launched quickly so it’s not too late!

And of course, don’t forget your own thank you to clients and employees. Maybe you need to order cards, gifts for a few, or all. It’s not too late for that either.

Remember, we are here to support you. We are an extension of your team. We are here to help relieve the stress of the year-end and help to get your new year off to a great start!

Let us know how we can help! And Thank You!


Did You Know:

Most employees wear their uniforms on their way to and from work. Any pit stops made along the way are marketing opportunities for your business.


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1 color 1 location imprint.

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1-color imprint on one side included.

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Mirrored lenses, black frames. Provides 100% UVA/UVB protection.

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When Considering Uniform Apparel For The First Time

If your company doesn’t already have a uniform dress program, chances are you are in an industry that may not scream for one.

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Danette Gossett, Founder of Gossett Marketing Communications, Inc., Co-Founder of Promotions Resource, LLC, and co-author of the best-selling book, Transform, recently posted a new article on her website entitled, “Promotional Marketing Is In The Bag,” in which Ms. Gossett provides persuasive statistics.

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3701 Poinciana Avenue
Coconut Grove, FL
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