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Stay within your clients' sights with your imprint on this desktop favorite. This multi function cellphone stand comes with a colorful ear bud on the back, a smart design to minimize space usage and keep your phone secure and in place with ear phone. Makes a great giveaway for anyone with a cell phone or hand-held music player. Available in solid colors and can be customized with your choice of pad print or silkscreen imprint. Perfect for cell service carriers! Oversea production.
$1.283 and up
Colorful earphone with stylus and carry case. Flat large print area and lightweight, Standard 3.5mm jack. Perfect for mailing programs and high-volume giveaways! Oversea production.
$0.998 and up
Combining your passion for suds and journaling in one beloved activity, meet our leather Beer Journal. Take note of all that makes up your perfect pint. Great gift item for that beer lover in your life.
$27.943 and up
A 16 oz. mason jar tightly hugged with thick top-grain leather. Our Miner Mug is hand stitched with wax linen thread and is an attractive addition to any mealtime. The solid leather handle is attached by two copper rivets and burns, giving it a tasteful and rustic accent.
$19.054 and up
Inspired by mineral-rich mountains and the fresh adventures they hold, the Phoenix Copper Water Bottle brings together natural health and quality craftsmanship with every cool sip. Wrapped in our hand sewn 3-piece leather sleeve make this bottle a perfect companion for your journey. Leather Sleeve: 3.25" x 3" Diameter Copper Bottle: 8.75" x 2.75" Diameter
$30.482 and up
The Party Cup, 16 oz. Double wall insulated tri-edge recyclable material. Item Size: 5 1/2" H x 3 3/4" W. Made in the USA. BPA free. CPSIA certified. Washing/Cleaning: Dishwasher use is not recommended. Avoid the use of commercial detergents and abrasive cleaners which can damage any imprint. Not intended for use in restaurant environment.
$1.701 and up
This stylish finger ring doubles as a handy bottle opener. Made from stainless steel, this ring is comfortable to wear and easy to use! Great for outdoor activities or sporting events and just legal drinkers or beer connoisseurs alike. The large imprint area is the perfect promotional tool that will display your logo or message boldly. Always be prepared with this innovative product that enables you to pop open caps like magic. Color: Silver.
$1.045 and up
Our dye sublimated coasters are a great display for your brand. These coasters are printed with gorgeous high quality full color graphics using a dye sublimation process. This coaster is a great promotional product for any trade show, event or executive. Coaster is made with microfiber material and rubber backing.
$1.017 and up
Our first zippered item. Made Larger. Perfect leather pouch for holding writing instruments, art supplies, makeup brushes or whatever you want it to, as long as it fits. 3" x 3.5 " x 8 " Comes in top grain leather.
$33.032 and up
Protect your e-gear in a roll-up case built for travel. Unrolled, you'll have three cord slots and a pouch for power adaptors and thumb drives. Rolled up, you'll have a precision-sewn, wrap tie bundle that fits comfortably inside any bag, and especially well inside our Survivor Satchel. -6" x 14.75" (open) -3" x 6" (rolled)
$22.867 and up
Spread your message through the stands with this 16 oz tall, smooth stadium cup. Available in a wide array of vibrant colors to be customized to the needs of any school, sports team, fraternity or company logo. Product must be shipped in case/box increments. Dishwasher use is not recommended on any plastic products. Avoid the use of commercial detergents and abrasive cleaners which can damage any imprint. Product is not intended for use in restaurant environment. Item Size: 4 3/8" H x 3 1/2" W. BPA free.
$0.371 and up
Selfie pole sticks are one of the new top gadgets for cell phone users! There extendable arms, attach to your camera and mobile phone which allows the user to take group shots, without the awkwardness of asking a stranger for help. This selfie pole stick is the perfect promotional item for anyone! This selfie taker will put your logo right into their hands! This model features a smooth rubber grip on the handle for optimal logo printing!!! NEW, bigger location area to put your logo on, stand out on the back of the camera holder.
$6.888 and up
Race car shaped ballpoint pen. Elegant and sleek, it's available in 4 popular colors: red, blue, white & silver. Made from 100% recyclable materials, the doors open on both sides and the wheels roll !... Perfect for promotions and events related to auto parts & services, car dealers and race tracks. Will delight any recipient!
$2.233 and up
Refillable leather notebook with a dot-grid printed insert and elastic closure strap.
$19.054 and up
100% Custom Watches offer many customizable options catered to your company's branding. Create full color artwork dial plates, full color/full bleed artwork on wristbands, PMS color matching, custom tooled wristbands, and custom tooled seconds, minutes, or hour hands. Complete your custom watch with custom packaging that matches your company's branding. These watches are the perfect promotional product for events and entertainment!
$7.41 and up
100% polyester, unisex/men's t-shirt with full coverage print. Full seam-to-seam, all over garment coverage including sleeves with 1 sided or 2 sided print available. Achieve photo-realistic, vibrate colors and a soft-hand feel with the CMYK sublimated print process. Print is permanent to garment allowing for direct rhinestone or heat transfer overlays. Low 12 piece minimum. Turnkey print and tee package.
$21.85 and up
Cut out the competition with this outdoor essential! The Multifunctional Pocket Knife comes with a pouch and measures 2.5" x 1" x .5", Made with an aluminum handle, it can be customized with your laser-engraved imprint. Each pocket addition is built from stainless steel and is corrosion-resistant, lightweight and has various uses. It includes tools for personal nail care, a wood saw, a bottle opener and other useful functions. Outdoor shows, grand openings and corporate sponsored events are great options for getting this gift in the hands of a target audience that will appreciate your giveaway and your business. You'll have it made with this signature blade!
$9.70 and up
Silicone swimming cap, water-resistant and highly elastic texture. It can protect your ears from water. Non-toxic and non allergenic. Enviromental protective. 9" L x 7.5"H
$2.043 and up
Hold a beverage more comfortably while keeping your beverage cold with this 1/8" low density, cloth laminated open-cell foam beverage sock made of scuba foam. Nylon lining. Holds a 12 oz. can. Made in the U.S.A. Assort colors - 50 per color minimum.
$0.437 and up
Available in many different popular shapes such as airplane, car, windmill, dolphin, flower, missile and more. Perfect for promotions to do with conservation, nature, sports, space, army, air force, airplane promotions and other events. Other styles available are Space Shuttle, Missile, Neck Tie, These popular pens write in black ink. Add your logo for a terrific way to promote your business. Please see the full list of uniquely-shaped pens below, pricing shown in "Product Options" below also.
$1.71 and up
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Backlash Over Walmart T-Shirts Portraying Negative Ethnic Stereotype

A New York man of Irish ancestry is calling for a boycott of Walmart's online store because the retailer's website is selling St. Patrick's Day-themed tees that feature images and messaging that promote negative stereotypes about Irish people being drunks.

After Kevin Westley, a radio show host and Irish dance instructor from Long Island, found a slew of shirts on that bore such portrayals, he began calling for the boycott. A search for "St. Patrick's Day shirts drunk" on makes it evident that Westley isn't making things up. See pictures below for examples from the site.

Back in 2015, Westley took up a similar cause when he bought hundreds of St. Patrick's Day T-shirts with stereotypical portrayals that were on sale at his local Walmart – just to clear them from the shelves. He then returned the tees on March 18. Westley's actions gained ample media attention and led at least a couple Walmarts in his area to desist in carrying such shirts.

Still, tees like "Kiss Me I'm Irish or Drunk or Whatever" and "Loud Proud Drunk Irish" remain available for purchase on And, Westley wants to change that.

"All stereotypes are bad, regardless what group they demean," Westley states, according to IrishCentral. "Think of the thousands of job or housing opportunities that have been lost because of them. If you agree with me, please call Walmart corporate office on their toll-free line at 1-800-925-6278. Better yet, 'contact' them at and let them know what you think about these T-shirts."

Westley has stated that, so far, Walmart has not replied to him.

IrishCentral has thrown support behind Westley, and encouraged site visitors to confront other retailers about St. Patrick's Day-related merchandise they find offensive. Suggestions include asking stores to remove the merchandise, while explaining that St. Patrick's Day is a holy day in Ireland and asking stores if they "would sell offensive stereotypical T-shirts for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Puerto Rican Day, St. Joseph's Day, etc."

If retailers refuse to remove the merchandise, IrishCentral suggests taking a page from Westley's book and buying up the merch, then returning it after St. Patrick's Day.

Company Aims To Revolutionize The 'Swag Bag'

Another disruptor has entered the promotional products industry, with her sights set on revolutionizing the swag bag. How? With what some are calling the anti-swag swag bag.

Lynne Lambert is the founder of the popular NYC Subway Line collection of mass-transit merchandise. From T-shirts and hoodies to hats and backpacks, her brand of clothing and accessories pays tribute to the Big Apple and all of its iconic elements. She has taken that same geographical approach with her new company: Mapt Gear.

"Many of us are not comfortable being a free walking advertisement for a company," Lambert told Adweek, "and many companies aren't doing anything more than putting logos in big text across the products. So I think there's room for a very tasteful product to come in."

Using a license to access a cartographic library, Mapt Gear imprints canvas totes with maps that pinpoint the location of a brand's headquarters -- or its various locations, or even the location of a conference it's having. The idea is that the image of an antique map with a pushpin will arouse enough curiosity and interest in a company without splashing its logo all over a product. However, the customizable map does leave enough room for a brand's name or logo – done subtly.

New York-based Mapt Gear currently offers three styles: a Gucci Nylon messenger bag, a 100% cotton tote bag and a silky 100% Poly/Canvas tote bag. Also available is a "Pad-Folio" iPad case made of vegan leather. If Mapt Gear generates sufficient interest from corporate clients, Lambert says she'll expand the product line.

Religious Freedom, Anti-Gay Discrimination Collide In Court Case Over T-Shirts

A Kentucky apparel decorating company and the imprinted T-shirts the business declined to print for a gay pride festival are at the center of a renewed court battle that pits arguments for freedom of conscience and religion against accusations of anti-LGBTQ discrimination.

The case involving Hands On Originals (asi/219413), a Lexington, KY-based company that specializes in producing branded apparel for Christian organizations, schools and others, is before the Kentucky Supreme Court.

Blaine Adamson

Last May, the Kentucky Court of Appeals ruled in favor of Hands On Originals (HOO), a verdict that marked the second court victory for the company, which previously prevailed in 2015 in the Fayette Circuit Court. Nonetheless, the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Human Rights Commission appealed the 2017 ruling and the case is now to be heard by the Kentucky Supreme Court.

The issue began in 2012 when the Lexington-based Gay and Lesbian Services Organization (GLSO) asked HOO to print shirts for its pride festival. HOO Owner Blaine Adamson declined the order, saying that printing shirts that bear certain messaging would conflict with his conscience and religious beliefs as a devout Christian. Adamson has said that he offered up another print shop that would produce the order for the same price.

In reaction to Adamson's refusal, the GLSO filed a complaint with the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Human Rights Commission and HOO was charged with violating Lexington's fairness ordinance, which, in part, prevents businesses open in a public forum from discriminating against people based on sexual orientation.

An initial ruling went against HOO, but that decision was reversed in the subsequent Fayette Circuit Court decision, reports show. In that 2015 ruling, Judge James D. Ishmael cited Kentucky's religious freedom statue and stated that Adamson was not refusing the GLSO as would-be customers because of their sexual orientation, but because he objected to the message on the T-shirt. "It is clear beyond dispute that HOO and its owners declined to print the T-shirts in question because of the message advocating sexual activity outside of marriage between one man and one woman," Ishmael wrote. "The well-established Constitutional rights of HOO and its owners on this issue are well settled." In 2017, the appeals court ruled that HOO's right to free speech supersedes Lexington's fairness ordinance.

In the latest court battle, Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin recently filed a legal brief in support of HOO, saying Kentucky's constitution ensures freedom of conscience. "Requiring (HOO's) owners to engage in speech with which they disagree is a violation of their freedom of conscience, and we are hopeful that the Kentucky Supreme Court will reaffirm this bedrock of Kentucky's constitutional charter," said Steve Pitt, Bevin's general counsel, according to the Lexington Herald Leader.

Josh Mers, chairman of Lexington Fairness, an organization that works for fairness and equality in Kentucky, told the Lexington Herald Leader that arguments for freedom of conscience are a "tired old message" that do not have bearing on the HOO case. "I think the most disappointing part is that the governor has decided to add the political aspect to the case by weighing in as the Governor of Kentucky," said Mers, who is running for a seat in Kentucky's state house.

The Alliance Defending Freedom is representing Adamson and his company. In a video posted to ADF's YouTube account, Adamson explained his reasons for declining the order from GLSO.

Also, in an online commentary, Adamson has said: "I've happily served and employed people of all backgrounds, of all walks of life.... I have gay customers and employ gay people. For example, we have printed materials for a local band called Mother Jane whose lead singer is a lesbian. That was never a problem for us because ... we'll work with everyone, but we can't print all messages." Adamson added that he has declined other orders, including one for "a simple black shirt with white text that read, 'Homosexuality is a sin.'…I don't think that's how Jesus would have handled the issue; Jesus would have balanced grace and truth."

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