It is a given that baseball caps are not just for baseball. They have gone so mainstream that hardly anyone can say they don’t have a few favourites in their closet. Guys who used to laugh at women who make sure their purse and shoes match are now making sure their coat and baseball cap match. They have certainly become more than something to keep the sun out of your eyes while you watch a game. Here are a few practical and unique uses for baseball caps to keep in mind, especially if you are thinking of having embroidered caps made for your employees, customers, and/or vendors.
- Protection – Embroidered caps for your employees can make their work safer by cutting down on glare and keeping dust and debris from getting in their eyes. They’ll look more professional and be instantly recognizable by your customers. If you have a company motto or message, putting it on embroidered caps is a stylish way to share it to increase brand awareness.
- Customer Appreciation – Who doesn’t love a gift? Your customers will appreciate something they can get quite a bit of use from, and you’ll love that they are a walking advertisement for your business. Plus, when they wear it as a return customer, you’ll feel good and instantly know you have a loyal customer standing in front of you.
- Donations – Embroidered caps are a great way to outfit a youth sports team you are sponsoring and create a charitable donation in the process. Nothing like double duty – you’re doing something great for the community and marketing your business at the same time!
If you would like to know more about embroidered caps and how they can help your business, give us a call at Universal Sourcing Inc. We are proud to be a supplier of promotional products here in Ontario. When you order embroidered caps and tell us you’ll want to get more as need arises, we’ll likely have an inventory of those particular caps on hand, ready to be embroidered, so you can get quick turnaround. We look forward to helping your company grow as you turn your employees, customers, and others into walking advertisements to recruit business.