These charging cables can be printed in full color on both sides! How cool! You have the option to include an MFI Apple certified lighting tip so the Micro USB cable can be converted to an Apple charging cable. The Apple tip comes in a silicon sleeve that tethers the tip of the cable for safe keeping.
This pairs up perfectly with the HawkEye - keep scrolling down to a previous post ;)
Why wouldn't you want to customize some shoes? Along with those Converse options, we can go with these shoes that kind of look like Vans: SoulKix. These can be totally customized using full color process direct printing - we can do mirror images, split screen images or print separate images on each foot. All black, all white or black and white shoe colors available. Most children and adult sizes are available and the minimum starts at 10 units! Coming March 2017 - soon!
An added little glow to one of everyone's favorite staples - meet J America's Glow Full-Zip Hoodie. This thing is battery powered (batteries not included - two AA batteries needed for operation) and has three light up settings. The hoodie itself comes in black and you have light color choices between electric blue, electric red, ice blue or neon green. Just be sure to hand wash and hang dry this thing, or else this hoodie won't be able to glow and outshine all the other non-glow hoodies out there.
Keep an eye on your charging cable! This item is a small adapter that attaches to any USB cable to keep an eye on your charging cable and anything connected to it. At the airport or at a little coffee shop? There's a security alarm that activates an audio alert if your device becomes unplugged from your charging source. A reminder alert is also included; an alarm activates to prevent you from leaving your charging cable behind in a hotel room or other area while traveling. Genius! A must have for all the travelers and globetrotters out there!
Scroll up to check the branded cable out ;)
I love water bottles and I'm especially loving the new designs that are coming out. Some of these styles may look familiar (...basically knockoffs of water bottles you can find in the retail market ... shh) ... but without that high retail price, and your logo would be on it instead, duh ;)
Here are a few of the new water bottles coming out:
16 oz h2go karma
16 oz single wall borosilicate glass bottle with threaded lid, carrying loop, and protective silicone sleeve - retail gift box included.
20 oz h2go zen
20 oz single wall borosilicate glass bottle with threaded dual-opening lid, carrying loop, and protective silicone sleeve - retail gift box included.
14 oz h2go swig
14 oz double wall 18/8 stainless steel thermal bottle with vacuum insulation, threaded stainless steel insulated lid, and stainless steel base - retail gift box included.
20 oz h2go splash
20 oz single wall [BPA-free] Eastman TritanTM copolyester bottle with threaded lid.
25 oz h2go neo
25 oz single wall [BPA-free] Eastman TritanTM copolyester bottle with threaded PP lid, stainless steel accent, and silicone sleeve · patent pending.
32 oz h2go tornado
32 oz single wall [BPA free] Eastman Tritan copolyester bottle with threaded lid · patent pending.
Sorry, I wish this was a fun post but this is important. I'll make it up with something cool later ;)
Thank you Alpha Broder and SanMar for bringing this to our attention ... please read below and please take action:
Last year, as part of a broader effort to reform corporate tax laws, House Republicans published a tax proposal which incorporates a “border adjustability tax,” which would impose a tax of 20% on all imports into the United States. Because our industry is so heavily dependent on imports and will be for the foreseeable future, the impact of border adjustability would be immediate, devastating and long-lasting.
While we do not want to take anything away from Made in USA products or the industries that produce goods in America, the manufacturing and labor base of the apparel industry, like many others, is largely absent from this country and has been for decades. It is simply impractical and unrealistic to assume that such a large, across-the-board punitive tax on imports will somehow bring garment factories and their workers back to the United States.
The reality is that this tax will disrupt global business, cause job losses at American companies relying on imports and lead to significant increases in prices on a wide variety of consumer goods, including the products your business relies on. For a typical reseller in our industry, more than 95% of their current apparel offerings would be subject to substantial price increases.
Details of the plan have not yet been released but it is clear that – absent significant changes or elimination of this proposal altogether – our industry will be asked to fund tax reform that will be enjoyed by other companies.
We need your help to communicate our shared concerns with your elected representatives in the House and Senate. Many of you have built your businesses from scratch and have unique stories to share. Your voices are powerful and we urge you to reach out to Congress to share your concerns. The fate of our industry relies on you.
Please email the House and Senate members who represent you. All you need to do is follow this link – http://www.congressweb.com/AAFA/30, type in your address and zip code and hit send. A letter will automatically be sent to Congress, and you will be given an opportunity to invite others to take similar action. We also encourage you to call your representatives and voice your concerns to them directly. To find your elected officials’ contact information, follow this link – https://www.govtrack.us/congress/members.
A formal coalition recently launched to oppose this dangerous border adjustability tax. The name of the coalition is Americans for Affordable Products and the coalition’s website – www.keepamericaaffordable.com – contains valuable information and resources. Should you wish to join the coalition or discuss ways in which you can best take action on the issue, please contact the coalition through its website.
Your urgent attention to this is necessary so we can effectively raise our concerns to ensure that tax reform is not done at our industry’s expense.
Thank you for your attention to this matter and any help you can provide.