Happy Friday everyone! Crooked Brook is giving away another embroidered polo shirt. So, just like my dear friend LaMeeka Howard, who had Crooked Brook design a polo shirt with her bakery logo on it, Crooked Brook wants to give one of you one of these, too!! Right now, the cake images are part of their stock image files, but you can talk to Crooked Brook about having your entire logo put onto the shirt. Otherwise, they will stitch on your logo name with their cute cake!
Polo shirts are another inexpensive yet cost effective marketing tool. More casual than button-front shirts and dressier than t-shirts, embroidered polo shirts are part of the uniform for many businesses.
Polo shirts embroidered with a company logo given as gifts or giveaways are called promotional polo shirts and are great way to get your name out there business and build brand awareness.
With that said, I have teamed up with my friends at Crooked Brook to sponsor another embroidered polo shirt giveaway.
Please Note: The winner has the option of getting the polo shirt blank or with their business name and a cake embroidered on the left front chest (as pictured). If the winner would prefer to have their logo embroidered instead, that would have to be discussed with Crooked Brook.
These giveaways are first quality, polo shirts from Crooked Brook’s inventory and the brand and color will be determined by what they have in stock at the time the winner is announced. Crooked Brook will try their best to send winner’s a polo shirt as close to their request as possible. The winner will be chosen randomly, from those who post a comment with an answer to the question below:
What color, gender and size polo shirt would you like to win?
You must be 18 years or older to enter. Contest ends midnight (Eastern Standard Time) 08/3/12. Winner will be chosen by SugarZen and contacted by email. Winner will have 48 hours to reply or a new winner will be chosen. Crooked Brook will ship the prize to the winner within 30 days of contest end. Physical address required for shipping; no PO boxes, US recipients only residing in one of the 48 contiguous states