Tuesday, June 22, 2010

JAM Impressions Enhances Services with Top-of-the-Line Equipment

Here are some great tips I wanted to share with you, courtesy of Marsha Wulpi, President of JAM Impressions. JAM impressions is a one-stop shop for branding - they can develop your logo, create your business cards, produce unique promotional products, outfit your employees, print banners, yard signs, life-size decals, and much, much more. 

Not only is Marsha celebrating her fifth year of business this year - but JAM Impressions is excited to be utilizing a new top-of-the-line printing machine for custom-designed clothing. The machine is for Direct-to-Garment (DTG) printing, and it's great for printing logos, photos, graphic images, or copy on apparel, bags, spirit towels, and coasters for business or personal applications. The machine is called the 
Brother GT-541, and is considered one of the best in the industry! 

Anyway, if you would like more information on how the GT-541 results in high-quality and low cost for customers, or any other of JAM Impressions' products or service,
contact Marsha - I know she'll be happy to talk to you! And without further ado, here are Marsha's tips:

Top Five Ways to Promote Your Company or Event

1. Be a walking billboard - Always wear your logo, put information on your car or delivery van.  Attend events where your target audience is likely to be.

When calling on a client always present something with your name on it.  This doesn't have to be an expensive gift, sometimes simple is better.  

3.  Harness the power of the media - Issue a press release and let the world know what your company is currently doing, or celebrating or participating in.  There are several free resources to help you create an effective press release.  Be sure to respond to press releases of your customers or potential customers, they will be impressed that you took the time to send them a note.

4.  Don't forget the social media sites - Twitter, LinkedIN and Facebook are not just for the young.  It is an inexpensive and broad reaching way to connect with your customers.

5.  Network, Network, Network - Be involved in your community and your local Chamber of Commerce.  Develop relationships with not only potential customers but with others that will "toot your horn". Volunteering is a great way to expand your busines circle and give back to the community.

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