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March 2010

1243 Pounds of Apparel Donated!

March 25, 2010

The 2010 Do Duds Apparel Drive held March 18-20 during the NNEP 2010 – Columbus embroidery conference and trade show was a smashing success!  1243 Pounds of NEW clothing, bags and baby banklets were collected and immediately distributed to Women’s Shelters in 9 locations across the United States. Nearly half of the goods collected were [...]

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Garage Sale Update – NNEP 2010 Columbus

March 5, 2010

Boy oh Boy do we have some exciting news!  One of the new NNEP Preferred Vendors, Komet Creations,  is really going to town at the Garage Sale to be held at NNEP 2010 – Columbus! They are clearing out some inventory – in Columbus – at the Garage Sale held during NNEP 2010 – Columbus, [...]

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Designing Logos Part 2

March 4, 2010

Reproducibility It is essential that logos are created with versatility in mind. As the main component of a company’s identity, the logo acts as the cornerstone of the visual brand. This means it must be reproducible using a wide variety of formats and processes while maintaining the integrity of the logo. Logos may be printed [...]

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NNEP Member Profiles

March 3, 2010

We are launching a new feature on the NNEP website – Member Profiles! Share this:

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Effective Display Idea

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It can be challenging to come up with effective ways to display embroidery-ready apparel and products in attractive and affordable ways.  When displays are done well, they can make quite an impact on your customers! I was shopping (nothing like a bit of retail therapy to make this long winter bearable…) and I was struck [...]

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Designing Logos Part 1

March 1, 2010

It All Starts With a Great Idea Designing a great logo is complicated, more complicated that you would think.  Designing a great logo is simple, more simple than you would think.  Now, can it be both? Share this:

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