Megan’s Product Pick of the Week: UV Promo Apparel

Fresh off the heels of 2013’s PPAI Las Vegas Expo, I have a lot of fun finds to share. I made it a point to visit the UV Promo booth. I was intrigued by the fashion and functional aspect of their designs.

I met with Paul Peterson, CEO of UV Promo. He mentioned that the company started out with one product, the Pro Tek Sunshade. This genius product is made from a breathable fabric that has a certified rating of UPF 50+. This means the sunshade will block 97.5% of the sun’s UV rays! The construction is simple, a piece of fabric that fits around you neck that will connect to headwear with two clips.

It has great flexibility- the sunshade can work with all types of hats, materials and brim sizes. The sunshade can be decorated with a full color imprint, up to 5” x 5” included in the standard price! This is the perfect walking billboard! And you are protecting the end user from harmful rays while they promote your message!

UV Promo also offers an extensive line of UPF 50+ apparel. From sport shirts to rash guards to headwear, they offer style and sun protection for the end user. I really liked the rashguards featured above. The material is really soft and smooth, the perfect canvas to decorate with your logo! And the color-blocking added an elevated look to the garment! UV Promo provides sun solutions for men, women and children.

Contact us to learn more about UV Promo’s line and how to personalize it for your brand!

Megan
Merchandising Manager

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