Promotional Towels- FAQ

Over the weekend my boys went swimming in our backyard pool. I never really looked at all of the towels we have accumulated over the years until now. Last week we began training our staff about the differences in beach towels because so many of our customers are purchasing promotional towels for their events and they were asking a lot of questions.

Beach towels are great for swim teams, school fundraisers, company picnics, beach outings and any other summer event you can think of. We get a lot of questions from those that are tasked to purchase the beach towels for their event. Many have no idea why some towels cost more than others and some can’t figure out why it cost so much to put more than 1 or 2 colors on a towel. 

To solve this, we have put together a sort of cheat sheet. This page explains the towel types, terry loop vs velour, screen printed vs. fiber reactive towels in a clean cut, user friendly form that everyone can understand. If you are in charge or know of someone in your company that will be tasked to order your summer promotional items and they want to know more about beach towels visit our FAQ on towel decoration or call one of our trained staff.

Catching up on my Reading

We had a very good weekend as far as work goes. When you are busy during the week, sometimes it is hard to catch up with all the things that need to be done to maintain multiple websites. I had the chance to read three Inc. magazines over the weekend. The latest, the May issue was full of useful information and a terrific article on Tony Hsieh, the Zappos.com CEO. His philosophy is to be happy and from that you can get your employees and your customers to buy in to that happiness. Sounds good in theory, but he has actually made it work for his company. Everyone who works there does so, not because of the huge wages he pays (because he doesn’t), or the free cafeteria food (lunch meat) but because they truly buy in to his whole happiness theory. It really was a very inspiring article.

There were a few other items in this month’s Inc. magazine that I could relate to as well. “Balancing Acts” by Meg Cadoux Hirshberg is an article that hits home. But, instead of my husband being the Entrepreneur, I am and brought him in to help with the business. Her story is the story of thousands of small business owners that struggle to keep their dreams alive while paying the bills and enjoying the finer things in life. I will continue to look forward to reading her monthly updates about the impact of entrepreneurial businesses on families.

If you get a minute to visit our facebook page, we would love it if you signed up as a fan. Or you can follow me on Twitter, and while you are there you can also follow Tony Hsieh. I do.