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From the monthly archives:

June 2010

Fall 2010 Color Trends

June 22, 2010

Embroiderers and apparel decorators need to be “ahead of the curve” when it comes to knowing what colors are going to be “in” for the coming season.  Check out the color trends for Fall 2010, and share this information with your customers as they begin looking at their fall/winter orders. Share this:

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NNEP 2011 Design Contest

June 21, 2010

Create the conference design for NNEP 2011 – 15th Anniversary, the NNEP’s annual conference, trade show and garage sale!   The contest winner will win 1 full conference attendee registration to NNEP 2011 – 15th Anniversary! Share this:

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1099 Reporting for Small Businesses

June 18, 2010

Are you aware of the legislation that is in place currently, as part of the health care reform, which will REQUIRE you as a business owner to file 1099 forms for nearly every purchase over $600? Share this:

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Why Blog?

June 17, 2010

If you have a business web page, or web site, for your embroidery or apparel decoration business, think about adding a blog.  Web pages often are static – they stay the same, usually for a VERY long time. Share this:

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Mobile Embroiderer Needed in Ohio

June 16, 2010

Hey there Folks… We received the following info from a NNEP member: Share this:

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Looking towards the Future

June 14, 2010

I was lucky enough to attend a dinner the other night with an executive from Google, Ted Souder.  He had some interesting comments about the role Google plays in the webiverse, and about what “is coming.” Share this:

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L.A.T Sportwear Visits NNEP

June 10, 2010

Mindy Anastos, VP of Production Planning & Marketing, and Mark Ketchem, Regional Sales Manager of L.A.T Sportswear stopped by the NNEP for a visit yesterday afternoon. Share this:

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More Than Once

June 3, 2010

An all too true story – which happens all too often: Share this:

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