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In need of a table throw with customers logo across the front. Anybody have a lead?

Discussion in 'Promotional Products' started by Nash Signs, Aug 20, 2013.

  1. Nash Signs

    Nash Signs Member

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    Looking for a supplier that can provide me with a table throw, cloth or cover and print my customers logo on the front.
    The application is for a trade show. (No Junk) Thank you!
     
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    petepaz Major Contributor

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    creative banner makes them.
    we have done this using smooth banner material and they velcro it to the table, works ok
     
  3. Nuagedesigns

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    Orbus
     
  4. nate

    nate Active Member

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    We'd be glad to. Contact Shaila or Meg at 801-483-9465 or sales@vmutah.com

    We print on fabric up to 126" wide via Dye Sublimation.

    Thank you for looking,
    Nate
    Visible Marketing
     
  5. I'd love to help but without being a merchant member I don't think I can offer my services here.
     
  6. Nash Signs

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    Thanks Guys. I also came across Logo Linens in Buffalo NY. I plan on giving them a try based on their pricing
    and the feedback I have read on ASI. Has anybody here had any experience with them?

    http://www.logolinens.com
     
  7. TheSnowman

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    We did these once for a bank and used Creative Banner. I remember they were pretty pricey, but the bank loved them.
     
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    halfway house.
    For the nice "trade" price of $379, ha.
     
  9. kylekam

    kylekam New Member

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    Hey Nash, you might want to check out Customonit.com and find what you need there. It's cool that you're going to throw a trade show. :rock-n-roll:
     
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    I'd stay away from creative banner. Bad experience. Bad quality.
     
  11. BlueFishDesigns

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    Xarisma makes some really nice ones and they can print full color on the whole thing if you want. I believe I recall that Creative can only print spot colors in a limited area. Xarisma prints on a soft knit poly that doesn't wrinkle and is machine washable. Contact Samantha (samantha@xarisma.com) and she can help you out.
    www.xarisma.com
     
  12. 2B

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    Give Georgia Print Co a try they offer 2 versions of table throws. very good quality and prices are competitive!
     
  13. Nash Signs

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    It's been awhile since my original search for a table cover supplier that could imprint my customers logos on them.
    I have to say that my original find of Logo Linens has far surpassed others I've tried. There is something about the
    material that Logo Lines is using that is just wont hold a wrinkle. The fit and net price couldn't be better. I tapped
    into the trade show market with these and now I'm getting calls from banks and colleges. This is an item ya'll might
    want to add to your wheelhouse if you didn't already. I've been up selling them with a pop up banner that Logo Linens
    also supplies completely printed for less then I can do in house. Hope this helps if anyone is looking.
     
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