To say that customer service is our number one concern here at Quality Logo Products would be a ginormous understatement (it must be if we have to use fake words to describe it). We take pride in keeping our customers informed about the latest and greatest deals that we’ve got on the table any month, week, day, or minute of the year. And from time to time, we want to convey that information with some pizzazz. Hence, our first video newsletter!
Now, judging by the temperature climb we’re just starting to notice, Spring is finally upon us–and not a moment too soon if you ask me. Naturally, with a new season comes a new outlook, perhaps a more positive one than in previous months. I mean, hey, there’s a lot to be excited about now, for businesses as well as consumers. The fiscal year is kicking into high gear and our tax returns are certainly a welcome reprieve from the dire straits of winter. For small businesses looking to kick off their next ad campaign and boost their brand awareness, the timing couldn’t be better.
And when it comes to branding, QLP knows its stuff–no matter which season’s in session. Huge savings on memorable promotional items is our business, and we take our business seriously!
Take a gander for yourselves:
I know what you’re thinkin’, and yeah, the host is kind of a dimwit, but the products themselves are pretty impressive (and quite useful). Between the huge imprint area of the Golf Umbrella, the unique and enjoyable design of the Spring Pen, and the eco-friendliness of the Shopping Bag, the promotional opportunities have never been more apparent!
It just goes to show that when it comes time to expand your brand affordably and effectively, QLP comes out on top–every time!
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Joseph is the head of the Media Team at Quality Logo Products. He's a video specialist, blogger, perfectionist, and all-around likeable guy. When he's not busy focusing on the nitty-gritty details of his written and visual work, he's normally listening to bad 80s music and scouring the internet for useless information on useless subjects. You can also connect with Joe on Google+.