Welcome to 2022. We are confident it’s going to be a good year for custom apparel. Our trade show team is currently attending the Advertising Specialty Institute’s Show (The ASI SHOW) in Orlando, Florida from Jan 4-6. Our team members are following all safety protocols for the event as well as practicing safe travel standards. Stahls’ is proud to be presenting multiple education sessions at this event. It’s going to be good to see everyone after a two-year hiatus from this event!
Heat Printing Education
We are presenting the following heat printing/production decorations sessions:
- Hats, Hats, Hats: 12 Hats Printed 12 Ways
- Heat Press How-To: Printing Full Color Logos On-Demand
- Printing Outside the T-Shirt Box
- Unlock the Profit Potential of Branded Kits
For those who are able to attend, we also hope to see you at the Connection Reception, which takes place on Wednesday, Jan 5th from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the Rosen Centre Hotel after the show floor closes. There will be live music, appetizers and an open bar and it is FREE to all show attendees.
According to ASI, the ASI Show® Orlando is the “first and biggest trade show on the East Coast, allowing you to infuse excitement into your product offerings and accelerate sales at the beginning of the year.”
We have always enjoyed meeting current and new customers at this show and are very glad it is happening. However we understand that some of you don’t wish to travel or are unable to make it to Orlando at this time. Please know you can always reach out to us and we are happy to send you FREE SAMPLES of all our most popular products, including our new UltraColor MAX Direct to Film transfers.
Your Source for Custom Logos in 2022
That’s right. You can order samples of our Custom Logos to show customers how you can turn their logo into a premium, full color design. Samples range from full color transfers and premium emblems and patches, to durable HTV that transforms team logos, corporate brands, and more from basic to bold.
Check back in tomorrow for more info on how the first day at the ASI Show went. Stay safe everyone.