Stouse has created templates for all stock items available in .eps and .pdf format. Each template includes a bleed line, cut line, and cut margin line.
In my 20 years at Stouse in many job capacities, I have come to learn that there will always be new and unusual request for products and custom quotes. They are what keep my day interesting and my brain always thinking. Sometimes, our customers will get into a groove of ordering a specific type of product from us and forget about the rest of our product line. It never ceases to amaze me when you start talking about a products that you have produced for years and you hear “I didn’t know that you produced that!” Never be afraid to ask Stouse about a special request from your customer.
Industrial and Equipment Labeling is one of the most popular markets at Stouse, but our product line for this industry doesn't stop at Custom Decals. Cross-selling is an easy way to increase your revenue by offering additional products to an existing customer.
A promotional products distributor recently came to us asking for ideas to help their local pub increase restaurant traffic on their slow days. Stouse has a host of products designed to produce amazing results in the restaurant market.
Event planners often ask for product ideas they can use to brand an event while keeping within a limited budget. Listed below are several items used to reinforce awareness before, during and after the event.
Do you want fries with that? You can hardly go through a drive-thru in America without hearing this age old phrase. Up-selling is not a new idea, but one that is often overlooked. Once you realize you can make more money by helping customers identify additional needs, and then satisfying them, you can earn more sales with your existing customer base. Do your customers know all of the products that you can offer? Using Stouse sales sheets as a checklist when calling on a customer can help you to identify all of your customers' needs and we are here to help you fill them!
Topics: Automotive, Bumper Stickers, Decals, Magnets, Office Products, Parking Permits, Patriotic Products, Plastic Products, Point of Purchase, Political, Schools, Stouse, Calendar, Signs & Banners, Roll Labels
Make sure you’ve covered your bases on what information to include on your card. Don’t ever be in a situation where someone doesn’t know how to contact you. Name, title, phone number and email address at the minimum. Also, we recommend including the general office number for your company and website. Idea: space permitting, add a QR code that links to your website.
Topics: Automotive, Business Card, Construction, Finance, Healthcare, Insurance, Manufacturing, Nonprofit Organizations, Office Products, Plastic Products, Real Estate, Restaurants, Service Industries, Sales Tips & Tools, Point of Purchase