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Hot Promotional Product Trends for 2013

If you're searching for new products and ideas to keep your promotional product campaigns fresh and eye-catching, then you're in the right place! For the past few months, we've been talking to our business partners and exploring our industry's trade shows, collecting information on brand-new items, updated classics and timeless favorites, just for you. So, let's get started! Here's our guide to what's...

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Ordering Apparel? Tie Up Loose Ends with a Sew-Out

Thinking about your next 1,000 piece or more embroidered apparel order? Wondering if your logo is going to have a smooth translation into cloth and thread? Then order a sew-out! A sew-out is a proof of your logo embroidered onto a sample or a small square of apparel. Sew-outs help you: Control Your Visual Identity Color calibrations differ from monitor to monitor, so the appearance of your logo can...

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Raster vs. Vector Artwork for Promotional Products

Great-looking promotional products start with great art. But that art has to be delivered in a format that will work with the imprinting process. Generally, electronic artwork files fall into two classes, raster images and vectored images. Properly vectored art is required for the majority of promotional product purchases. Not sure if your art is suitable for your order? Read on! Raster (Bitmap) ...

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Avoid artwork aggravation: Five quick tips

There's no question that good-looking artwork is the foundation for a good-looking promotional product. Yet all too often, art takes a backseat to other issues during the ordering process. That's why we've complied this short list addressing some of the most common artwork-related issues we see here at Leaderpromos. 1. Does your art fit your product? Make sure your art fits the proportions of the ...

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