Company Merchandise stores

 

Company stores are the best medium to distribute apparel to your employees. Northwest Custom Apparel is your first choice

Reasons for choosing a company store from Northwest Custom Apparel

  • Allows employer or employee committee to select apparel to be given to employees.
  • Allows selection of custom logo for apparel Choose a custom logo for an event
  • No requirement to purchase apparel. Only pay for what was ordered
  • No inventory requirement
  • Purchase on demand
  • HR Manager has no confusing problems in taking orders and distributing merchandise

Making the HR Manager happy

The reasons for the above are to make a HR Manager’s life hassle free. Trying to figure out what to give your employees is confusing. This option is to make your team a part of the selection process.

Distributing company caps

Distributing caps from a company store will guarantee each branded cap will be worn and will get at least 3,300 views in its lifetime. This is an inexpensive way to show off the company’s brand. Your cost is less than 3 cents per impression

Erik Mickelson, Northwest Custom Apparel
Erik Mickelson, Operations Manager, Northwest Custom Apparel poses for his 2016 Staff Photo. Erik joined his father, Jim, after graduation from Washington State University in 1996.

Custom decorated apparel will get even more looks. A full back tee shirt is an inexpensive way to get your message out. In a year a tee shirt will capture at least 4,000 eyeballs. At $10.00 per shirt it will cost less than 2 cents for each eyeball.

If the company decides to allow employees to purchase company merchandise the collection process is a slam dunk. Employees will be able to order and pay for all merchandise on line. Another option is payroll deductions to cover the cost.

Best Benefit

The best benefit of a company store is getting the brand out and making everyone a winner. Employees get branded merchandise and the company gets brand recognition.

Northwest Custom Apparel has been doing company stores and have a good track record putting them together.  It has proven to be a moral builder and a great marketing tool.

 

 

 

Author: Jim Mickelson

Jim Mickelson is the pioneer in the custom apparel industry since 1977. Jim is the CEO of NW Custom Apparel and Decosource and writes for industry blogs and trade journals throughout the world. Jim's work has been published in Impressions and Prntwear magazines. Jim is available for onsite consulting services when his schedule permits.