Everyone knows about the Larry Lights that hit the market about 5 years ago. They are super bright and very portable. They have a magnet so you can position them accurately when you are working on your car.
NEW in 2018 is the Larry Boss 6431, which is a 3 in 1 version of the original. This one has an extending and flexible magnet that gets that screw or bolt that you can’t reach. It retracts and hides away when you don’t need it. The light has 3 modes. White, red, and red flashing.
Shown here is Dave Navoyosky of Advantage-advertising.com and Paul Rizzo, representing Compass Promos. The Larry Light flashlight was a big hit at the promotional product show in Cleveland Ohio in February.
Art. Start with the best and neatest art file of your company logo. Vector art is the best art. If you want to use a photograph, please make it high resolution. 300 dpi at the final size will give the best results.
Balance. Design your tally books so that your logo is on the front, and some other information is on the back.
Color. Choose the imprint colors and vinyl colors that will reflect your company’s colors.
Design. If you need help with the design, the online company can usually help you. They have the experience.
Extras. Do you want to order these extras? Vinyl pen loop. Clear vinyl inserts with 3 pockets for your papers that you add later. Stone pad instead of paper pad.
Free proof. Always ask for a free email proof before your order goes into production.
Ground shipping, unless you’re in a hurry.
Hi resolution stock pictures are usually available as a background to your imprint.
Important facts, like your phone number, location, services, and products can be displayed on the back cover.
Maybe you never used a pipe measuring tape, but your boss does. His customers use them, too. And your boss wants you to order some Pipe measuring tapes with his corporate logo to give out to his best customers.
If you want to impress your boss, here are 7 points about these tapes that will help you get some brownie points with your boss.
Order a brand name, like Lufkin, which is known all over the world for quality tapes.
Use a distributor that has an easy-to-use website. This will make your job easier.
Telephone the diameter tape distributor and ask questions about the quality of the tape and the quality of the imprinting method.
Send a vector art file to the distributor. If you don’t have one, a good distributor will be able to convert your neatest looking artwork into vector format. Vector files will make a professionally neat looking imprint.
Ask for a virtual proof before production begins, and have your boss look at it and approve it.
Ask about the warranty. A good diameter tape distributor will warranty for the product workmanship and material.
Happy hunting. An make your boss happy by solving his problem about getting some pipe measuring tapes with your logo for his clients.
Promotional advertising items have been used for about a century. Company owners use them to cordially spread their advertising message to their customers and to the general public. Promotional advertising items are the pens, calendars, flashlights and coffee mugs that are around us all the time. They are the only form of advertising that is truly “appreciated”. When most other forms of advertising may be considered intrusive and annoying, promo products are welcomed by all recipients. Promotional pens and calendars could be called “trojan ponies” by advertising companies. Little by little, they carry your advertising message and logo to the people who may become your customers.
Why does your boss want you to order them? Let’s face it, he’s busy running the company. He trusts that you can pick the details, the imprint color, and the size of the product. You can rely on the help from promotional product distributors to accomplish this fun job. When the order is done, your boss and sales force can pass them out at the next trade show. And they have you to thank for making the ordering process a success.
Some of the most popular items are MagLites®, BIC pens, Lufkin tapes, wall calendars, Thermos water bottles, Leatherman tools, and pocket knives.