Promos creates fan gear and swag from scratch, Pantone matching the exact color needed for a product. The Pantone matching allows for all of their gear to be fully customizable, with countless options to choose from. Promos originally started with two entrepreneurs manufacturing custom sunglasses out of their apartment and has grown to its second office space with 25 employees, and a product line that goes well beyond sunglasses, earning themselves the title of the fastest growing company in Philadelphia. Promos started in as two college students selling custom sunglasses out of their apartment. After their first success, they began selling glasses to several different offices on college campus and continued to delve into creating other custom, promotional products from scratch. Fast forward five years, a new office in Philadelphia, 25 employees and one rapidly growing customer base later, Pop! Promos realized how time consuming email marketing alone was. Because they built most of their CRM to track customers and leads, the team needed a more efficient way to segment people into lists. How could they do this? The team at Sugar Market was able to show Pop!
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Need amazing, eye-catching virtuals for your next pitch or presentation? Promos excels in creating custom designs for all our products, with turnaround times in as little as 24 hours! Request your custom virtuals today and see what we can do for you. Easy breezy to work with. They keep you updated, are honest with artist feedback, and make the whole process a pleasure. Great product line has an appeal to any customer type, complimented by excellent customer service. Sarah and her team have been wonderful partners on multiple projects.
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