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Advertising has changed a lot over the years!
Here are a few ads from the past 100 years. It's interesting how many things have changed, but yet the message remains somewhat the same. There were many ads promoting food and drinks, wellness, beauty and health - but the products have fortunately improved a lot over the years!
The Worlds Longest Hockey Game - Taking place right now in Chestermere, AB.
In today's savvy field of advertising, you want to use methods that are new and fresh and will garner the attention you are looking for. One new trend you may want to consider is QR Codes.
Logo Application 101 - For Non Fabric Items
With such a great response to Logo Application 101 for all your fabric and leather items, I’ve decided to do a follow up blog on options available for non-fabric products. There are many logoing options available, so sit back, relax, and be prepared to learn!
We were just at the PPAI Promotional Product Expo in Las Vegas and here are some great new items we wanted to share with you!
Sometimes in life it is the smallest things that make the biggest impact.
It is the time of year again to “Pay it Forward”. Continuing our nine year Christmas tradition, everyone at Level 2 is armed with coffee gift cards so they are ready to make surprise purchases for unsuspecting strangers. This is how we celebrate the spirit of the season. You may be lucky enough to be behind one of us in line at your favorite coffee shop. In the month of December if you receive your coffee free from someone ahead of you in line, it may be one of us or someone we have touched with this small gift.
Early History of the Promotional Products Industry
Have you ever wondered how the promotional industry got its start? The first known promotional products in the United States are commemorative buttons, tracing back to 1789, when George Washington was elected president. Dating back to the early and mid 1800s are advertising calendars, wooden specialties and the Farmers' Almanac. But it was not until the latter part of the 19th century that an abundance of promotional products were developed and marketed, leading to the birth of the industry as it is known today.