Mouse Pads
Key chains
Water Bottles
Tote Bags


​​812-460-0119   1515 S. 3RD ST.  TERRE HAUTE, IN. 47802     SignStop@gmail.com    

​            ​​​​​1515 S. 3RD ST.  TERRE HAUTE, IN. 47802     SignStop@gmail.com     ​812-460-0119


Promotional products create a favorable impression of the advertiser.   Wearing garments imprinted with your company name looks more professional and leaves a  favorable impression.  Printed Tees and Polos is the  #1 Promotional Product sold in America. with 89% of receivers recalling who they got  it from.


  • 91% of consumers have at least one promotional product in their kitchen, 74% have at least one in their workspace
  • 55%have at least one in their bedroom.
  • 77% of consumers say a promotional product’s usefulness is the number-one reason to keep it, with health and safety products, computer products and writing instruments ranked as the most useful.
  • The top five buyers of promotional products are clients in education, finance, not-for-profit, healthcare, and construction.
  • Wearables are the top product category, followed by writing instruments, bags, calendars and drinkware.
  • The first promotional tradeshow was held in 1914 – with  32 exhibitors.
  • Women are more likely to have bags, writing instruments and calendars, whereas men are more likely to own shirts and caps.
  • Ownership of logoed outerwear is highest in the Midwest, with 15 percent of people owning an item.
  • Logoed mugs in particular are more effective advertising than radio and television spots; 57 percent of people were able to recall the advertiser on a mug, versus 32 percent of radio and 28 percent of T.V.
  • Adding a promotional product to the media mix increases the effectiveness of other media by up to 44 percent.
  • Promotional products draw as many as 500 percent more referrals from satisfied customers than an appeal letter alone.





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  • 8 out of 10 consumers own between 1-10 promotional products.
  • 53%  of these people use a promotional product at least once a week.
  • 6 out of  10 consumers keep promotional products for up to 2 years.
  • Only 1 in 5  people will trash an unwanted promotional product.
  • Before receiving a promotional product, 55 percent of people had done business with the advertiser.  
  • After receiving a promotional product, 85 percent of people did business with the advertiser.
  • Bags generate more impressions than any other promotional product in the U.S.31% percent of U.S. consumers own a promotional bag.
  • At one-tenth of a cent, bags tie with writing instruments for the lowest cost per impression of any promotional product in the U.S.
  • The first known promotional products – commemorative buttons – trace back to 1789 when George Washington was elected president.
  • 53% percent of the time, promotional products create a more favorable impression of the advertiser.
  • 48% percent of consumers would like to receive promotional products more often.
  • Consumers hang on to promotional products for an average of 6.6 months.
  • 69% percent of consumers would pick up a promotional product if they deemed it useful.
  • 63% of consumers pass along the promotional products they no longer wish to keep.
  • 89% of consumers can recall the advertiser of a promotional product they’d received in the last two years