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Marketing Made Simple: 3 Ways a T-Shirt Can Help Build Your Brand

When marketing your business, conventional magazine ads and TV spots can eat up all of your hard earned marketing dollars in a single ad.  Custom t-shirts featuring your company name and logo are a great budget-friendly way to promote your business.  Simple and comfortable, a t-shirt can help you promote your business whether you’re at a tradeshow, a vendor meeting or picking up your kids from school.

Outfit Your Staff

Whether you are a staff of one or one hundred, outfitting your team with t-shirts branded with your company logo is an effective way to promote your business.  Whether your employees are at the office or the gym, if they’re wearing your t-shirt, they’re advertising your brand.  If you’re at a tradeshow or event, a t-shirt helps attendees instantly recognize your staff.

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Attend a Tradeshow

If you rent a booth at a tradeshow, wearing your company name helps to identify you to prospects and builds your brand familiarity.  Even if you don’t have the budget to get a booth at the show, proudly sporting your logo on a t-shirt can still help you promote your company when you meet other attendees.  Your logoed t-shirt becomes an instant ice-breaker.  Whether standing in line at the coffee cart or sharing a table with strangers, you’ll be surprised how many people point to your company logo and ask “so, what does (company name) do?”

Get Customers to Wear Your Brand

When using custom t-shirts to build your brand, the idea is to get as many people as possible to wear them.  A staple in everyone’s closet, a t-shirt makes a great gift-with-purchase that your customers are sure to keep.  Have a baby product?  Why not insert a custom onesie in their order and get your clients to do your marketing for you!

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