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Your back is one of the most looked at areas in the shop, use it wisely to advertise a service that you wish to promote.

Do not put vague statements there like "ask us about***" as they never will. TELL THEM dont let them have to ask. It's a failing of most large companies M&S included, went in there a while ago and there were girls wearing badges that said "ask about our &More Card"(or something like that). My bet is that they did not get 1 customer asking the question.

 

The golden rule is Tell them what you want them to know, dont rely on them to ask. Ive been in some shops where the girls have about 4 of these badges on with different messages. No chance.

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Polo shirts are much smarter than t shirts. Just look at what all the big franchises wear. I have company name and basic services embroidered on the left breast. I also have business cards on the counter. On the reverse of the card is a list of all the services I offer. It is surprising how many customers pick up a card. I emailed the design to a printer in New Delhi and had excellent quality full colour cards done for a fraction of the cost here.

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I have company name and basic services embroidered on the left breast.

 

This is normally called a TATOO Russell :lol:

 

 

I also have business cards on the counter. On the reverse of the card is a list of all the services I offer. It is surprising how many customers pick up a card. I emailed the design to a printer in New Delhi and had excellent quality full colour cards done for a fraction of the cost here.

 

How about sharing the details of the printer and costs!![/i][/b]

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we have shirts and polo shirts both with a tattoo, instead of business cards I use up all my small off cuts to make key rings. I do also have a winter jacket with our logo on, but it has never been cold enough to wear it. it is however suitable for a trip to the arctic and I will be happy to sponsor an expedition. :D

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