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with the PR-620
who are your customers?
Embroidery's universal appeal makes it a popular enhancement for just about anyone. The possibilities for selling your products are endless. Potential customers are all around you. Consider the opportunities that exist.
Service businesses such as hair salons, restaurants, auto service stations and real estate offices are potential customers for monogrammed or personalized clothing and other items featuring embroidery.
Print shops or personalization/embroidery services may offer opportunities for contract work.
Members of clubs and civic organizations snap up embroidered clothing, such as shirts or jackets, and wear it to advertise their membership.
Bicycle clubs and outdoor organizations offer their members embroidered patches or appliqué on hats, shirts or jackets to commemorate major group rides and other events.
Churches, synagogues and other houses of worship. Weddings, Bar-Mitzvahs, christenings, confirmations and other special celebrations present the perfect opportunity for embroidered gifts, such as monogrammed towels and napkins or personalized baby blankets and bibs.
Special events in your area such as fairs, concerts and festivals. Embroidered shirts and caps make popular souvenirs. Consider setting up a booth at these events!
Elementary, middle and high schools, colleges and the clubs and organizations associated with them. All are potential markets for logo caps, embroidered shirts, athletic bags, team uniforms, backpacks, sweatshirts, etc.
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