Branded apparel gives your organization a level of exposure that is unparalleled. This is why it is the most popular promotional item category at MOBO. Whether you’re ordering custom branded apparel for your team, promotional giveaways or for sale, you’ll want to consider the following three tips. Choose the material based on where and when the appeal will be worn. Remember,
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Did you know most people keep promotional products, from branded pens to travel mugs, for at least 6 months? That’s a very effective use of marketing dollars when portable and wearable promotional items make your name and logo highly visible. Find all the promotional products and apparel you need in at MOBO.
After 30 years in business, our goal at MOBO remains the same: make the buying process as effortless as possible for our clients by giving sound advice and expertise. So, with that goal in mind, we thought a blog might be a valuable tool for our clients and prospective clients.
We are very aware that it is easy to become overwhelmed with all the incredible options of goods we carry. We always strive to point you to the best possible solution that will match your marketing objectives, timelines and budget while delivering the highest quality of goods we can source.
There are many options to choose from when it comes to decorating soft goods, such apparel and bags. These options include embroidery, screen-printing, laser etching and more. However, a product’s material, size and the desired location for the decoration often dictate the decorating technique. If there’s a product you’re looking to customize, the experienced Marketing Consultants
Here at MOBO, we carry and decorate hard and soft goods (also known as hardline and softline goods). What do these retail terms mean? Here are some examples. Hard Goods: In essence, hard goods are any products you use or display (e.g. drinkware, paper supplies, writing instruments, stationery, tech items, journals, automotive supplies, sports and leisure
Quite often the team at MOBO is asked, “Where do you get your products from?” This diagram may help clarify our role in bringing goods to market. Well, our role is that of a distributor, and as such, we have the ability to work with more than 4,000 suppliers. With 30 years of experience though, we have established preferred relationships