debrand helps turn error product into benefit

Patterson Brands is proud to use Vancouver success story debrand to aid in responsible and sustainable disposal of corporate swag (uniforms, garments, gifts, trinkets).  We’ve been in business since 1999 and over the years we’ve had a few projects that went off the rails — garments decorated with the wrong client logo, pens shipped in the wrong color.  It doesn’t …

100 Mile Swag — Logo mats

Over the years in this business I’ve been asked repeatedly to source Logo Mats for use at events, in lobbies, doorways  — anywhere an organization wants to make a big impact.  Trouble has been, that for most clients in the Pacific Northwest its a real pain to get the mats (carpets) here.  Shipping from the USA is costly and wasteful.  …

Eco Clothing Gets Real

I love selling Boardroom Eco clothing.  The stuff is nice, priced right and real.  Plus the brand is located right here in Vancouver Canada and I love selling product to my clients using local suppliers. Here is an excellent video about Boardroom Eco Clothing that highlights the trials and tribulations of designing clothing that truly is sustainable.  While I’m not …

This new product is Crap

– by guest blogger Jen Haralson Earth Hour just passed and Earth Day is April 22nd so we are poo-roud to introduce you to a new promotional paper product. Frankly, its crap! The Great Elephant Poo Poo Paper Company has created an all natural line of paper, notebooks and accessories made from elephant poo! Collected from elephant conservation parks, it …

It’s in the Bag – Guest column by Jen Haralson

I feel the pang of guilt hit me as I stand in line at the grocery store. I have just realize that I have forgotten to grab my reusable grocery bags. Unfortunately, I have to resort to using plastic to get my goods out the door. I am not particularly happy about having to doing this, as using my reusable …

It's in the Bag – Guest column by Jen Haralson

I feel the pang of guilt hit me as I stand in line at the grocery store. I have just realize that I have forgotten to grab my reusable grocery bags. Unfortunately, I have to resort to using plastic to get my goods out the door. I am not particularly happy about having to doing this, as using my reusable …