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Now in Full Color!

There are times when a simple 1 color imprint just won’t do. Sometimes you need to wow your recipients and make sure that your logo and message will be clear in their mind’s eye, and choosing just one color out of the ROY G. BIV spectrum simply isn’t enough. For those occasions, we have the 4-Color Process Theme.

So if you’re trying to breathe a little life into some office items, maybe trying to make a giveaway tote more worthy of being totted, adding a splash of color to a water bottle, or promoting health and wellness and just a little bit of travel and down time: you’ll find it all and more in this great category.

But what if, horror of all horros, what you’re looking for isn’t there? Have no fear! Our Sales Team would be more than happy to do the searching for you so you can kick back, relax, and starting searching for the colorful image that will grace your promotional product of choice.

Perhaps you are reading and wondering “why should I bother with a full color logo?”. While traditional 1-2 color logos will always be an industry standard, 4 Color Process makes you stand out in the crowd. Imagine the first time television went from black and white to color, it was a notion that may have never crossed a persons mind, but as soon as they saw it they probably realized black and white television would never be the same. If you need a more recent example: remember the first time you ever watched a movie or sports match in high definition, with 1080p providing you the most realistic and crisp image ever? It was hard to believe we all spent years watching traditional low grade signals. 4 Color Process gives you the same “wow” factor: we all have a reusable grocery tote lying around but it’s the ones with the extra punches of color that we faithfully go to, broadcasting our love for a very visible brand everywhere we go.

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Remember Celebrity Encounters with 4-Color Process Promotional Products

The Dalai Lama was in Atlanta this week, and one of the Pinnacle marketing department’s own, Sarah, was lucky enough to meet him – though she might have been more excited about meeting Richard Gere, who joined forces with His Holiness and Alice Walker for a discussion on spirituality and creativity.  Likewise, Buzzfeed recently published the 21 Best Pictures of Luke Perry at Dragon*Con, a series of award-worthy photos of Perry with fans at the world’s largest fantasy/sci-fi convention.

When us normal people meet a celebrity or other prominent individual we admire,it’s special. So why not remember the occasion with 4-color process promotional products?

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