Marketing and Branding. Key words in the business world. Expensive key words. When you are a small business owner you feel this pain even more because most of the time there is little to no budget for it. What is a small business owner to do? Time to get creative.
Look around for things you already own that you may be able to get your business name imprinted on. This makes the item unique, professional looking, and a great conversation starter. You never know..your next client may be standing next to you at the club house.
We welcome one off items. Stop in and lets get creative together.
National Embroidery is looking for two experienced Embroiders/Sewing Machine Operators. These are part-time positions with full-time potential. Hours are Monday-Friday 9am – 3pm. Compensation is based on experience. If you are interested in these positions please apply in person. Our address is 3390 East Main Road Portsmouth, RI 02871. We look forward to meeting you.
Did you know we can embroider on vinyl?
We just finished a sew out for our customer who will be building this panel into the back cushion for a center console chair.
If you have an unusual material you would like to see if we can work with don’t hesitate to give us a call. We love a challenge!
Day Light Savings time this weekend. That means more daylight to get out and get your fit on. Need some new gear? Alo’s modern fitness fashion will leave you wanting to workout.
But if the great choices don’t make you want to work out give your self a boost and embroider your favorite fitness or motivational quote on it. That should get you moving!
Did you know that Emerald Green is Pantone’s Color of 2013?
We’ve got plenty of items to help get your green on! And since the fashion world is already looking ahead to 2014 what would be your color choice for Patone Color of the Year 2014?
The Town Of Portsmouth, RI (our home base) is celebrating its 375th Anniversary in 2013. And looking at their list of events looks like they are going to celebrate the heck out of the whole year. Check out their website for more information and cool tidbits about the town. Did you know Portsmouth original Indian name was Pocasset?