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Feb 25

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Feb 24

American Wine Appreciation Week was set 21 years ago for February 21-27, 1993 to officially recognize the contributions of wine grape and fruit growers in the United States.  
(Link to the Proclamation: Proclamation 6530 - American Wine Appreciation Week, 1993)
As for us, we really don’t need an official declaration to pour ourselves a glass of our favorite wine (we love our occasional glass every other night or so).  And for the wine enthusiasts in your life, we’ve compiled some of our favorite (customizable!) products from our site (1-9):
Round Wine Stopper
Vineyard Wine Tote
Neoprene Wine Coozie / Wine Case
Belgio Wine Opener
Leeds Classic Wine Opener
Clear 3.5 Oz. Sampler
Grape Stress Reliever
5 Piece Gourmet Set
3 Ply Coin Edge Beverage Napkins

American Wine Appreciation Week was set 21 years ago for February 21-27, 1993 to officially recognize the contributions of wine grape and fruit growers in the United States.  

(Link to the Proclamation: Proclamation 6530 - American Wine Appreciation Week, 1993)

As for us, we really don’t need an official declaration to pour ourselves a glass of our favorite wine (we love our occasional glass every other night or so).  And for the wine enthusiasts in your life, we’ve compiled some of our favorite (customizable!) products from our site (1-9):

  1. Round Wine Stopper
  2. Vineyard Wine Tote
  3. Neoprene Wine Coozie / Wine Case
  4. Belgio Wine Opener
  5. Leeds Classic Wine Opener
  6. Clear 3.5 Oz. Sampler
  7. Grape Stress Reliever
  8. 5 Piece Gourmet Set
  9. 3 Ply Coin Edge Beverage Napkins

Feb 21

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Feb 20

Finished Work: We’re hooking up the “Red Hot Ballers” with new fits for their upcoming Softball season. Good luck, ladies!

Finished Work: We’re hooking up the “Red Hot Ballers” with new fits for their upcoming Softball season. Good luck, ladies!

Feb 18

Cause Marketing: 5 Things to Consider
by Rina Dakanay

From choosing the right cause to align your business with, to launching a marketing campaign around a socially responsible project, we’ve outlined some simple steps for any business related ventures in giving and philanthropy.
1.) Shared Values - Link up with a cause your company can identify with—from shared values to potential reach.  Many successful campaigns have been created from a strong company initiative to answer pressing social issues.  For example, the Nike Foundation’s work with the “Girl Effect” prioritizes girls’ education, health, and economic investment in impoverished areas of the world.  Initially a venture with the Novo Foundation, United Nations Foundation and Coalition for Adolescent Girls, this collaboration has managed to become a movement it its own right.
2.) Beyond Corporate Responsibility - Keep in mind, your contributions as a company should go beyond your corporate responsibilities and donations (in monetary and product forms).  Be willing and be prepared to spend time outside of the office to attend events or to offer your own expertise in your field of work.  For example, if you work in the world of marketing, share your skills and knowledge to generate awareness for an event or to help plan an upcoming fundraiser with your colleagues.
3.) Long Term Goals - In establishing this alliance, think about your long term goals and how you can benefit one another.  Discuss how cross promotions will work and how you can develop each other’s brands and networks through the exchange of logos, marketing collateral, and through the dispersal of newsletters.   Dedicate a webpage to the cause on your company website—update it regularly with current projects or with upcoming events.
4.) Launch A Campaign - Solidify your partnership by launching a unique campaign around your core group of followers. The best way to elicit action and support is through a promotion, pledge of support, or even a scheduled event held every year.
5.) Genuine Interest & Passion - Consumers have shown growing interest in companies that are strongly tied to cause related campaigns and non-profit organizations (think Toms Shoes and its retail success).  Now, more than ever, it is imperative that your intentions to align with a particular cause come from a good place within.  Your customers want to be a part of something good and will gladly invest their time and money in a worthwhile initiative. Imagine the mountains you can move with the support of your employees, audience, and fans.  Just as long as your passion is genuine and others pick up on that, you can make a lasting difference.


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Cause Marketing: 5 Things to Consider

by Rina Dakanay

From choosing the right cause to align your business with, to launching a marketing campaign around a socially responsible project, we’ve outlined some simple steps for any business related ventures in giving and philanthropy.

1.) Shared Values - Link up with a cause your company can identify with—from shared values to potential reach.  Many successful campaigns have been created from a strong company initiative to answer pressing social issues.  For example, the Nike Foundation’s work with the “Girl Effect” prioritizes girls’ education, health, and economic investment in impoverished areas of the world.  Initially a venture with the Novo Foundation, United Nations Foundation and Coalition for Adolescent Girls, this collaboration has managed to become a movement it its own right.

2.) Beyond Corporate Responsibility - Keep in mind, your contributions as a company should go beyond your corporate responsibilities and donations (in monetary and product forms).  Be willing and be prepared to spend time outside of the office to attend events or to offer your own expertise in your field of work.  For example, if you work in the world of marketing, share your skills and knowledge to generate awareness for an event or to help plan an upcoming fundraiser with your colleagues.

3.) Long Term Goals - In establishing this alliance, think about your long term goals and how you can benefit one another.  Discuss how cross promotions will work and how you can develop each other’s brands and networks through the exchange of logos, marketing collateral, and through the dispersal of newsletters.   Dedicate a webpage to the cause on your company website—update it regularly with current projects or with upcoming events.

4.) Launch A Campaign - Solidify your partnership by launching a unique campaign around your core group of followers. The best way to elicit action and support is through a promotion, pledge of support, or even a scheduled event held every year.

5.) Genuine Interest & Passion - Consumers have shown growing interest in companies that are strongly tied to cause related campaigns and non-profit organizations (think Toms Shoes and its retail success).  Now, more than ever, it is imperative that your intentions to align with a particular cause come from a good place within.  Your customers want to be a part of something good and will gladly invest their time and money in a worthwhile initiative. Imagine the mountains you can move with the support of your employees, audience, and fans.  Just as long as your passion is genuine and others pick up on that, you can make a lasting difference.

Join us on FacebookPinterestGoogle+ or Linkedin, and stay ahead of the game with an occasional laugh, non-stop marketing advice, and insightful business analysis - plus: free fonts, DIY and more. Brought to you by AnyPromo.com.

Feb 17

WATCH this: How AnyPromo Screenprints 500 T-shirts -

WATCH this: Screenprinting 500 white t-shirts for TCAR programs — part of our $2 white tee promotion!

View the video above to see how it’s done.

Feb 13

Need some last minute Valentine cards?  We’ve got a few free printables for you on our Blog: http://artofgifting.tumblr.com/

Need some last minute Valentine cards?  We’ve got a few free printables for you on our Blog: http://artofgifting.tumblr.com/

Feb 07

Finished Work: Oven Mitts—perfect for a Ladies Night!Have a great weekend, everyone!

Finished Work: Oven Mitts—perfect for a Ladies Night!

Have a great weekend, everyone!

Feb 05

We’re counting down to the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics with some of our favorite -Made in the USA- products on Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/AnyPromo/team-usa/

We’re counting down to the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics with some of our favorite -Made in the USA- products on Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/AnyPromo/team-usa/

Feb 04

Our new AnyPromo Team shirts spell out one of our core values: “Always Set High Standards & Never Settle For Less.”

Our new AnyPromo Team shirts spell out one of our core values: “Always Set High Standards & Never Settle For Less.”

Jan 31

Finished embroidery work on 2 different types of headwear today. Happy Friday, everyone!

Finished embroidery work on 2 different types of headwear today. Happy Friday, everyone!

Jan 30

Finished Work: Enhance the classic white t-shirt with your logo or design. With one, Celebros encourages you to get your site search on— White T-Shirt Promo

Finished Work: Enhance the classic white t-shirt with your logo or design. With one, Celebros encourages you to get your site search on— White T-Shirt Promo