USB Drive-Brochures

Posted by John Gallagher on 4/18/2017 to Corporate Identity

Preloaded Custom USB Drives

Many companies that exhibit at tradeshows, hand out some type of inexpensive promotional giveaways. Unfortunately, many times these choices are not well thought out and sometimes ordered as an after-thought. These promotional products either do not have anything to do with the company’s corporate identity or are of poor quality such as a pen that contains very little ink or falls apart after the first few uses. A tradeshow checklist would be important to follow.

Convertible Table Covers

Posted by John Gallagher on 3/29/2017 to Trade Show Items

Tradeshow preparedness is paramount to setting up a booth and creating an inviting environment for the attendees.

Tablecloth coverings become the booths’ name identifier. Without it, the exhibitor really becomes nameless as the attendees walk past the booth, unless they can identify something in the booth to draw them in.

Tradeshow Convertible Table Covers

What to Look for in Pop-Up Event Tents

Posted by John Gallagher on 2/26/2017 to Trade Show Items

Custom Printed Pop-Up Tents

Here are the most important features to look for regarding the structure and framing of a pop-up display tent:

·        First consider the size of the tent based on the allotted display space. The 3 most popular tent sizes are 10’ x 10’, 10’ x15’ and 10’ x 20’  

Perpetual Awards Program versus a One-Time Award

Posted by John Gallagher on 2/9/2017 to Corporate Recognition Awards

Perpetual Plaque Awards

The emotions of employees matter. Performance recognition drives innovation and acknowledges effort. This helps to increase ROI. There must be a culture creating an environment for success from which a leader then rises to the top. This helps to attract talent.

Performance awards and incentive programs are often overlooked but can be the most important expense that can create an environment that motivates employees and creates an overall environment for success. Employees look forward to these award events.

Work Zone and Flagger Safety Standards

Posted by John Gallagher on 2/5/2017 to Safety Resources

Custom Printed Safety Clothing

According to OSHA, garments worn in work zone areas must meet the requirements of ANSI 107 for high visibility safety apparel to include flaggers controlling traffic patterns. OSHA compliant warning signs must also be used in temporary traffic control work zone areas.

In addition to flaggers, all workers exposed to the risks of moving roadway traffic or construction equipment should wear high-visibility safety apparel meeting the requirements of ISEA, American National Standard for High-Visibility Safety Apparel and labeled as ANSI 107 standard performance for Class 1, 2, or 3 risk exposures. 

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