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Corporate Logoed Shirt

As it is becoming tougher and tougher to compete in today’s marketplace, every business needs a way to promote themselves and corporate logoed shirts allow you to be more visible. Logoed corporate shirts can give you the exposure that you need without breaking the bank.

It is no secret that finding new clients or customers is much tougher than keeping the clients and customers that you already have. Current clients and customers can be marketing tools or individual sales people, if you will, for your business. With this being said, it is imperative that you keep your current clients and customers happy.

As all shirts have multiple opportunities for logo positions, some companies that have similar customers but sell different products will even go in together and split the cost of the order, to get more bang for their buck. To find out where a logo can be placed on a shirt, simply look at golfers Lee Westwood or Padrig Harrington. These two seem to be in a contest of who can wear more logos than the other. I recently read an article that one of them had on thirteen logos on from head to toe!

Anyway, there are three basics types of shirts that are used as corporate logoed shirts. The type of shirt that you use will largely depend on the type of business that you are involved in, who you are giving it to and where will it be worn.

A corporate logoed shirt can be as simple as a tshirt. These are used by many for employee parties or other employee outings. A tshirt can be silk screened with your company logo or you can have your company’s logo embroidered onto the tshirt. Again, this will depend on cost as well as the type of event that it will be issued or worn.

When most people think of a corporate logoed shirt, I believe they automatically go to the corporate polo shirt also known as the golf shirt. Many companies use this type of shirt with their sales force as well as a uniform shirt for workers in restaurants, sports bars, banks, retail stores, maintenance crews, landscaping crews and I am sure you can think of more!

 A logoed polo shirt is not only good for your staff to wear but can be given to your clients or customers as a thank you. For example, after a client makes a big purchase, it would be a nice say to say thank you to your client. They will wear it with pride and become a walking billboard for your company when they wear it. In addition, when people ask them about their shirt they will have a nice story to tell about how they received the shirt from your company.

A long sleeve dress shirt can also be used as a corporate logoed shirt. Many companies have gone to placing their logo on the cuff of the sleeve. This makes it just a little more subtle but again you need to make that decision for your business.

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