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Who do you use for Promotional Products

Discussion in 'Promotional Products' started by MeehanDesign, Jan 30, 2018.

  1. MeehanDesign

    MeehanDesign New Member

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    Who do you use to purchase your promotional products? Stress balls, pens, cups, koozies, etc. I've searched the threads but haven't found a recommended supplier.
     
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  2. crystalcoastgraphics

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    We use zooprinting
     
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  3. Zach_AnyPromo

    Zach_AnyPromo New Member

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    I recommend using AnyPromo
     
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  4. 2B

    2B Very Active Member

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    there are MANY ways to do promotional items

    Unsure if they are still here but there were some Merchant Members here that did it.
    you can also look at
    • Advertising Specialty Institute (ASI)
    • Promotional Products Association International - (PPAI)
    • DistributorCentral
     
  5. klingsdesigns

    klingsdesigns Very Active Member

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    We use distributor central
     
  6. Bigdawg

    Bigdawg Just Me

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    I second Distributor Central. I've used them for over 10 years and the sourcing is great.
     
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    WhiskeyDreamer Professional Snow Ninja

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    Crown Products. Have never been displeased with their product or service.
     
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    T_K Member

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    In Texas, you just contact the company and tell them you're a reseller and therefore exempt from the sales tax. You fill out and return the appropriate form, and you're done. Unless it's not simply sales tax, I'd assume you should be able to do the same. Here it's considered double taxation when a reseller pays sales tax and the end-user pays sales tax on the same item.
     
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  11. henryz

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    ASI is a membership that you pay for and you can purchase wholesale promotional products for suppliers in the World for self promos or resale you might not be able to compete with some of the online retailers out there because of their buying power. You can check out Promo marketing and find any product and the supplier.
     
  12. bob

    bob Major Contributor

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    Sex and drug paraphernalia are always a hit. Nothing sells signs quite like a dildo with your company name name on it. Or a bong sporting your logo. Beats the hell out of a cheap ballpoint or something equally boring. As to where to get these quality products and others like them, I'm sure they're out there, you just have to track them down.
     
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