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Benefits of Custom Recycled Lanyards for Promoting Your Business

Custom Recycled Lanyard

I see lanyards everywhere I go used in virtually every capacity that one could think of. People have them hanging off of their key chains, people have their name tags on them, and despite the incredibly simplistic concept and design there are seemingly an infinite number of uses for them. I always pick up lanyards when I go to trade shows, conferences, etc. because I am always going through them and know how useful they are. Lanyards are perhaps the perfect item to inscribe your company logo on, as they essentially become walking billboards, and every time someone takes out their keys or puts on the lanyard they wear their name tag on, they will think of your business.

Hand out Promotional Custom Recycled Lanyards at Your next Tradeshow!

Custom Earth Promos offers a wide variety of lanyards in five different sizes and numerous recycled materials as well as styles of metal clips. Whatever vision you have for your company’s lanyard, Custom Earth Promos can tailor it to not only fit, but exceed your expectations. To customize your logo, you can either have it printed using silkscreen or dye sublimation, two cutting edge printing styles that ensure that your lanyards will not fade and ware like so many others. Consider ordering custom recycled lanyards from Custom Earth Promos for your next company event, and see for yourself the enthusiastic responses you will receive.

One response to “Benefits of Custom Recycled Lanyards for Promoting Your Business”

  1. While I agree with the overall msaesge and tone of your article, I think it should be noted that your point that leather is not a byproduct because the leather industry is greater than the meat industry is untrue. It is true that the VALUE is greater, but the total consumption of cattle head for head is greater in the meat industry (nearly 4X in fact, worldwide) than the tanning industry. Because of this, it could be seen that meat is more a byproduct of the tanning industry, because of the greater value of a leather hide (40-60 sq feet per animal) over the animals consumable flesh, or it could be seen (as it is by the majority of observers) that leather is a byproduct of the meat industry because of the fact that more cows worth of meat is produced than leather. Thank you for your bringing to light the environmental concerns behind tanneries, though. -R.W., BS Civil & Environmental Engineering

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