Don’t let this happen to your promotional products…


Mistakes happen. We all make them. I’ve even been known to flub now and again.

In my opinion, the best thing to do when the inevitable mistake happens is to learn from it. Don’t let it get you down. Take the constructive criticism with pride and roll with the punches.

So for the San Francisco Giants, the first lesson learned this baseball season is a big one: inspect your promotional apparel before hitting the streets for an away game. When Giants team member Eugenio Velez took the field Wednesday night in Houston, he was completely unaware that two letters on his jersey had been transposed, leaving “San Francisco” to read “San Francicso.” Oops.

This may not the best way to start the season, but it is definitely a learning experience for all. Avoid this same embarrassment when planning for your own promotional apparel purchase. Be sure to work with a distributor who backs their work with a 100% satisfaction guarantee. Then should you shirts ever come back with an error made in production, it’ll be fixed. No questions. No hassle.

But the best part of working with a group that cares about your satisfaction?

Because a trained team looks for issues before they happen, you’ll never have to worry about how your team will look as they hit the field running.

Kim
Marketing Coordinator
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