How to spice up your corporate look

Check out some unique, trendy and eye-catching promotional products

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Please welcome the latest edition to the Cariboo’s business community: Ultimate Promotions.

Ultimate Promotions is new to 100 Mile House, but boasts 15 years selling logo swag online prior to moving here in June.

Ultimate Promotions helps your small businesses, team, non-profit or government organization with unique, trendy and eye-catching promotional products. They can add your logo to any product you imagine, and some you haven’t even thought of.

The most popular products include lapel pins, medals, lanyards, T-shirts, pens, sunglasses, pint glasses and even salt and pepper shakers!

Some of the more notable customers they serve include Williams Lake and District Credit Union, Grouse Mountain, UBC, Tourism Vancouver and the Special Olympics.

The team at Ultimate Promotions can help your organization find the perfect products to represent your company and create increased awareness for your organization.

Chances are they have already helped someone just like you and can leverage that knowledge to your advantage. If your brand is looking a bit tired, they can help spice up your corporate look as part of any purchase. Just ask!

Owners Craig Davidiuk and Courtney Driver love the small-town feel, friendly people, family centred lifestyle and easy access to nature. The couple, along with their young son, is thrilled to be part of the 100 Mile House community.

They are already getting involved in the South Cariboo Chamber of Commerce, the community band and belly dancing. They see a lot of new families like them moving here and they believe the region is poised for change. The fact that they have hired two local employees recently shows that things are on the upswing locally.

They have a true passion for community and offer non-profits and Chamber of Commerce members a five per cent discount.

Testimonials:

  • “We get great service and creative suggestions. They help us stand out in the communities we serve.” A.D.
  • “The pins arrived and we like them a lot. We will certainly use your company again and mention its good work.” M.B.
  • “I look forward to working with Ultimate Promotions again!” T.L.

The business has a long 45-year family history and Craig is the third-generation in his family to own the company.

The company history dates back to the early ’70s when his grandfather, Marwood, opened a lapel pin and medal manufacturing plant in central Alberta. His mother, Charlotte, was at the helm for 34 years. Craig purchased the business in 2002 and wife, Courtney, joined him in 2006.

With decades of experience under their belts, Ultimate Promotions can guide their clients through ordering customized branded products from the best suppliers in the market. They pride themselves on offering helpful suggestions and proactive customer service.

They publish a blog that offers a lot of free and helpful information for customers considering “swagging up” their business.

Visit the blog and the website at http://www.ultimatepromotions.biz/

Business owners can request a free swag bag and catalogue drop-off at http://www.ultimatepromotions.biz/swag

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