Build Employee Morale with Company Swag

 June 6, 2017    

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Building employee and customer morale using company swag is easier than you imagine.

Pacific Color Graphics creates and manages online company stores that serve as clearinghouses for businesses’ promotional items. Through such a store, employees have access to a variety of products that feature your company’s logo, message, slogans, colors and graphics.

An online company store is the ideal outlet for supplying customers and the public with items that keep your brand exposed. Combined with social functions that focus on employees and their families, the stores will bolster company morale and express your appreciation for employees’ everyday contributions, so vital to the overall success of your business.

We design, create and fulfill the swag orders too!

Pacific Color Graphics will design, create and fulfill all of the products for you, ensuring commitments to quality, delivery and pricing.  Your team just goes online to the company store, orders what they want, costs are assigned to your budget centers, and we build and ship.  It’s that easy.

Providing employees with products via an online company store does not replace a bonus or increase in salary, but employees still appreciate free swag.

Promotional items are so popular that many companies substitute more traditional work clothing with imprinted shirts, hats and caps that serve as an informal work uniform.

Events that Crave Promotional Items for your Team and Clients

Here are just a few of the instances in which company swag can bring your team together:

  • Volunteer events. Serving a holiday meal to the homeless is a terrific way to instill pride while doing good. A side benefit: employees who wear polo or t-shirts and caps with your logo during the event spread the message that the people who work for your company have big hearts.
  • Sporting events. A bowling night, golf tournament or fun run enables your employees to bond with each other outside the office. Gear from your online company store used during the event, including water bottles, mini-towels, sweatbands, shirts, and balls, keep memories of the event fresh.
  • Team-building exercises. These exercises can range from a lunchtime ping-pong tournament to weekend-long retreat. Employees who order tote bags, pens and pencils, and thumb drives for the exercise can continue to use the items after the exercise is over.
  • Picnics, potlucks, or dinners. These informal get-togethers can be planned for a workday or as a special outing for employees’ and their families. Koozies that keep your drink cold, cups, mugs, and visors to keep the sun away are all perfect giveaways for these outings.

Call Us for Company Store and Promotional Items Info

Learn more about how promotional products and online company stores build employee morale. Call a Pacific Color Graphics team member today at 888-551-1482.

How Do They Do It? 16 Quotes About Success!

 September 8, 2016    

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Getting up everyday and doing life well is hard. Some days we fight for the strength and inspiration to keep it all moving. Then we see the people that have carved successful paths through life and we wonder what helped them?

Today we take a look at 16 very influential people and the one gem they have learned on their journey that has made them who they are:

People will be very influenced by how you carry yourself under stress

Lloyd Blankfein, CEO Goldman Sachs

 

Changes do not have to be implemented through a government figure. Every citizen has a voice that can be heard

Jerry Thorne, Mayor Pleasanton Ca.

 

Just keep your mouth shut today, and see if you feel the same way tomorrow

Warren Buffet CEO, Berkshire Hathaway

 

Never look back in regret but move on to the next thing

Richard Branson, Founder Virgin Group

 

A lot of the glove work was hard work put in, taking a lot of groundballs and working on seeing it into my glove

Brandon Crawford, Professional Baseball Player, Pleasanton Local

 

Making money and doing good in the world are not mutually exclusive

Arianna Huffington, Editor-In-Chief Huffington Post

 

Build something 100 people love, not something 1 million people kind of like

Brian Chesky, Founder Airbnb

 

If you show people the problems and you show people the solutions, they will be moved to act

Bill Gates, Cofounder Microsoft

 

Your 50s are a decade of creativity or stagnation, so be searching for what you are intended to do

Maynard Webb, Chairman Yahoo

 

Risk more than what others think is safe

Claude Thomas Bissell, Author

 

Remember that you won’t end up where you start.

Marla Malcolm Beck, CEO of Bluemercury

 

I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work

Thomas Edison, Inventor

 

Play by the rules, but play ferocious

Phil Knight, CEO Nike Inc.

 

The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing

Walt Disney, Founder Walt Disney Company

 

Be brave enough to follow your intuition

Steve Jobs, Cofounder Apple Inc.

 

Don’t take too much advice

Ben Silbermann, Cofounder Pintrest

 

They have followed their own advice to measurable success. There is no reason why we all can’t take the advice that resonates with us and build something we are proud of.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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